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hapa-zome, a pound at a time

Hapa-zome or ‘leaf-dyeing’ is a technique where the natural pigments of plant specimens are transferred onto fabric/paper creating varied designs. I’d seen this in Michel Garcia’s… 366 more words

Talks + Workshops

for the solace project

friend Jadranka and I made a pennant each for India’s solace project, looking forward to seeing the pennants after an indigo dip and place upon the breeze…… and that all the words of hope and wisdom fill the air.

Natural Dyeing

In Situ Update

For those who wanted more when they read my recent post about going to In Situ at the Murray Bridge Regional Gallery, more is now available no matter where in the world you may be. 26 more words

Natural Dyeing

Disappointments and Discoveries

Disappointments

         

#1: The results from the coffee grounds were downright UGLY.

#2: While the purple petunias worked well, the pink most definitely did not. 400 more words

In Situ: Murray Bridge Regional Gallery

Last week a carload of us made our way to Murray Bridge to see the opening of in situ and Ngarrindjeri Expressions at the Murray Bridge Regional Gallery, where both exhibitions will be open from May 22 to July 19 2015. 1,223 more words

Natural Dyeing

Bundles of the week

One of the things I noticed at Tin Can Bay was that some people identify that something is less lovely or less suitable than it could be, and go about transforming it into something lovely or suitable.  537 more words

Natural Dyeing

My start in eco printing

Having been inspired by the amazing work of India Flint and her book, Eco Colour, I played a bit this week with eco printing… first there is the laying out of materials… 85 more words