Originally Posted by madrone
Well, maybe a lot of people here just wandered over after purchasing an $80 diaper and aren't quite interested in natural living. Or, there have been some posts at other boards to send freepers here. Maybe that's how we end up with some not very natural threads. There have been senior member freepers here.
Those threads don't make sense to me either. If I'm going to dye something, I plan on making a visit into the garden for chrysanthemums, walnut husks, violas, or something else like that. If I'm going to bake cookies, I'm not going to put m&m's and green #? in them. If I make a fruit salad, cool whip and all its chemicals will not be an ingredient in my salad. But I'm obviously not like everyone here. Part of why I'm not here very often these days.
Well, I have never spent $80 on a diaper, but i have on wool.
I have spent alot on diapers though. And many of those people spending big money on diapers also use family wipes and are very concerned with the environment and NFL. I really don't see what money has to do with it.
And kool-aid actually produces some beautiful colors.i have great interest in dropping it though and learning plant dyeing.I even plan on going to the farmers market soon and getting some local yarn to dye up
But for now, how is koolaid dyeing any less"natural" than using,say, Dharma dyes?I honestly haven't looked into so I don't know. I mean, I am NOT drinking it!
And, the wool I dye is going over a diaper, not even really touching their skin for the most part.
I guess your judgement of the person spending $80 on diapers just set me off.Sorry.