gone rustic blog
To me, being an ‘eco’ dyer means more than just foraging from my natural local environment. Among other things, it also means using my resources responsibly and keeping my impact on the planet as low as possible.
What started as an experiment in colour and composition became something very meaningful for me when I was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive cancer in July 2020.
I actually don’t blush - my skin doesn’t show anything when I’m embarrassed! Blush does show up in my eco dyeing though, and my latest avocado expe...
Who knew that my decision to make vessels for an exhibition would morph into lockdown art?
As promised, here is an explanation about how I made stitched vessels using my eco dyed scraps.
When I decided to fill in the shadows of the leaf prints with seed stitch it didn’t worry me that it would take time!
‘Tasmanian Textures’, a stunning textile art exhibition that is touring Tasmania!
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