Here are the results. Morning glory produced a pale pink, salmony colour. The flax, a sort of tea shade, more of an English Breakfast than Lady Grey.
This sample is from a fabric book I have been making with the Eco dyed and Eco printed calico and mull. To make the pages for this book I followed the technique documented by Cassandra Tondro
My dyeing equipment doesn't yet include a very large pan, so to get all my pages in the pot I had to cut them first after spraying with alum spray.
Each page is stuffed with autumn leaves, made into a bundle tied up with string.
Each page has a unique print of leaf, some darker and more distinct than others. In particular, eucalyptus and loquat work really well.
The pages were laid flat - on the kitchen floor - to dry, while I batted the cat, who loves shredding paper, away from my work.