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! email@example.com
We have been working on some swatches. Making lots of over dye swatches with beautifully knitted fibers.
Checkout http://www.admknitting.com/ who we have collaborated with on the swatches.
The workshop was awesome! Thanks everyone who made it out. It makes us happy to share an age old process.
Gain a hands-on understanding of the processes involved in using plant material to create naturally dyed fabrics.
Workshop includes lecture and demonstration of using raw plant materials to make madder root red and marigold
yellow. Leave workshop with a handkerchief or bracelet.
It is on October 21 from 10-1
Space is limited. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
We recently started selling on Etsy. If you go to the shop bar above the link is also there.
OUR WEBSHOP IS OPEN! CLICK HERE!
We are getting the look book and web shop setup so we can sell!! Production is mostly done. Very soon, you
will be able to purchase BlueRedYellow products!!
The Philly Swap event was held in the Urban Outfitter’s Naval yard space early October. We had a stand at
the event to describe and demo the indigo vat process. We made small swatch bracelets and also had some
marigolds being boiled to describe a non vat related dye. It was a great experience!!!
Mira and I worked the station next door to the printmakers.
the day began with collecting marigolds at frankford farm where i was delightfully greeted by this lil fella…
and a sleepy bee…
sleepy bee and pile o’gold
next up: the wyck house! the wyck house has a huge garden full of veggies, flowers, herbs…fruit trees…
hops…etc etc etc….amazing! but most importatnly they house CHICKENS.
ALL the members of blueredyellow were lucky enough to join photographer ty scaife at the wyck
house for an old-timey photo shoot…
and i got to play photographer too…
hmmm…do chickens bite?
after a delicious morning of friends, flowers, and crumpkins, i couldn’t resist swinging by the village
to check on the marigolds…and they are so big and beautiful!
healthy. happy. marygold.
and to round out the afternoon, a short visit to the fall festival at greensgrow for more chickens, pumpkins,
friends, and a different sort of lil fella…
happy farmers unite: