Reclaim Your Curry Stains And Dye Natural Fabric With Turmeric


a nice evening of you enjoying some curry chicken nachos and pow you drop some on your shirt. Many people know that eating curry while wearing white is just something you don’t do but is it really a death sentence?


Just kidding, kinda.

What if you decided to make your stains intentional? #Gamechanger. Turmeric has a million different uses you can but it in your tea for additional health benefits but did you know that you can dye fabric with it? This gem gives off a beautiful golden color, it quite cost effective and good for the planet. Everyone wins! Quite sure you are wondering about my awesome macrame in this blog post. I host crafty parties in the NYC area with an awesome company called CraftJam you sign up and learn a new craft plus bring your own booze. Use my code JammasterAv to receive 15% any class they offer. 

Spice up your life (shoutout to the Spice Girls) and watch the tutorial video below.

What You Need

  • 6 Cups Water (divided)
  • 2 Tablespoons Turmeric
  • 1/4 Cup Salt
  • Wooden Spoon
  • Bowl
  • Pot

Turmeric HW frame 1


1.Combine 2 cups  the water and turmeric in the same pot, bring to a boil, and simmer for 15 minutes. Set aside.

2. Combine the water and salt in your pan and bring it to a boil, then add your fabric and let it simmer for one hour. The salt is your “fixative,” which helps your fabric take the dye.

3. Drain your fabric, wring it out when it’s cool enough to handle.

4. Add your dye to a bowl and let your fabric soak. The longer it soaks, the more vibrant your color will be check it after the first 5-10 minutes

5. Wash and rinse your fabric in the sink until the water runs clear, hang it to dry.


Dye natural fabric with turmeric