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indigo blues

In my short experience with indigo vats I have had very mixed results; I have worked only with fructose vats, because I do not want to use harsh chemicals, but have found them temperamental and have been often disappointed with the depth of blue achieved. 182 more words


Adventures in eco-printing: part 1

Gosh, where do I start?  This post is long overdue so I’m really having to scrabble around in my memory, bear with me if I ramble a little! 501 more words


The Island Book with India Flint

On the weekend I had the good opportunity (due to a cancellation) of being able to attend a workshop with India Flint at the Aldinga Eco-Village, exploring plant dyeing on paper and a book structure called the Island Book. 165 more words

Natural Dyeing

Garden Dyeing Again

This linen skirt has been in the dyepot several times since it was made. The link shows the original undyed colour of the linen.

The lines and dots… 473 more words


India Flint

Another important early innovator in the contemporary movement of sustainable and ethical fashion is India Flint.

India is an Adelaide artist, living on a property in the Adelaide hills.   303 more words

Living In Adelaide

opening my mind

I spent a week in January at Summer School in Ballarat with Roxanne Lasky, it was mindful and fulfilling experience.


open mind

think about thinking… 174 more words


autumn holiday in daylesford

So inspired by wonderful March workshop with India Flint; sometimes a class can be life-changing: having already been starting to learn to construct simple wearable pieces  with cloths woven on the Saori loom, India’s  Second Skin class taught me that I can make simple garments stitched by hand with lovely natural or recycled fabrics, then dye them  in the ways I have been learning to do, with plants and natural mordants; a meditative and gentle process that feels totally right to do, and causes no harm. 224 more words