We recently started a dye order with a great women’s american heritage workwear brand called Nativen
based out of NYC and want to express how excited we are about the beautiful bandanas they just came
out with! We dyed them in Madder/turmeric, indigo, and cutch/black walnuts. The designs are by amazing
illustrators and were hand printed in brooklyn. Check out their site. They sell great vintage clothing too!
Their website is…..
Also, checkout their STORIES page. They compose great interviews with makers.
We were honored to be a part of this process!
The last fall time workshop is happening Nov. 29th in Bryn Athyn. This time instead of Blue and Red
natural dyes, we will be dyeing with yellow plant material! Still some room. We will be dyeing scarves!!
$75 from 9-4pm
Email us to sign up! firstname.lastname@example.org
We had a great time making red/pink colors from the last workshop in Bryn Athyn. We used
madder root, cochineal and did a sample with brazil wood and used an alum mordant and an
iron buff mordant.
From left to right we used cochineal, madder (top) with alum mordant and madder
(bottom) with iron buff. Then brazil wood (top) with alum mordant and brazil wood
(bottom) with iron buff.
We tied both alum and iron mordanted pieces while we waited for the cochineal
(below images), madder and brazil wood to steep.
The best part is always unwrapping the present!
The dog of the yard was territorial of the dyed pieces.
Come play at our yellow workshop Nov. 29th!
We had an awesome time at Kremer Pigments for our indigo workshop. We have a couple
more fall courses to sign up for still, one other in NY at The Horticultural Society of
New York and a Yellow themed workshop in Bryn Athyn, PA. Checkout these pics from Kremer!!
Last chance to sign up for the Red natural dye workshop in Bryn Athyn! There is still room
Madder root grown here in PA
Article featuring our fall workshop series in Bryn Athyn in The Philadelphia Inquirer.
We had a very successful and fun time dyeing blues last weekend in Bryn Athyn. We focused on using a naturally
fermenting indigo vat and also experimented with making deep blues with Logwood. Shibori and Itajime
techniques were practiced as well and the group made some great discoveries!
The Logwood ended up looking almost black/blue on silk and wool and a blue/purple on cotton
Everybody came up with very intricate patterns!
kremer pigment showroom
Come to our workshop at Kremer Pigments! They are hosting an indigo dyeing
workshop on October 11th from 10-3 for only $20.
For registering, email or call Kremer Pigments NYC at email@example.com
More info at http://www.kremerpigments.com/
Want to learn new techniques using indigo dye? You will get to experiment wrapping, painting/printing
patterns on fiber and dip into a naturally fermenting indigo vat. Sign up soon!!
Workshop in Bryn Athyn September 27!!