Make a wall hanging that matches a salt lamp, ✔️. .
This customer photo was exactly what I needed today. The holiday stress and anxiety was starting to creep in, but knowing that my work can bring joy during a tough time makes it all worth it. I feel so lucky to be a small part of this adoption story. 💕
I wanted to share my latest knit creation because it’s the product of many hands. From the yarn, sent to me by a reader from her flock of Cormo sheep, to the color, a natural dye that I made with Neighbors from Ironweed and Sumac that we harvested here on our land, to the pattern, Gap-tastic by @jengeigley. And now I get to wear it and celebrate the circle of creativity and craft.
Much awaited indigo love....💞💞💞
I cant resist myself from sharing this pic as all the ingredients are in perfect proportion-the saree,the sunlight and the cool breeze..
My love for indigo begins....
When these sarees started trending over the social media i always wish to have one of a kind..Away from homeland availability of desi products are comparitively less and much more expensive(yes shipping charges matters)making me hesitant to own one.When#zuriibeyou a start up by one of my friend provides ethnic clothes at a reasonable rate without any second thought i grabbed this natural dyed umbrella design..Its super comfy and classy ...If u see any minute contortion in design ;its not a defect as hand made techniques are using ...Natural dyes take the blame for crocking ,care should be taken for first few washes..Afterall a completely satisfied customer looking forward for more ethnic choices from you.....
Thanku#zuriibeyou for bringing this beautiful design at a reasonable rate...🌻🌻🌻😍😍.
T’nalak is a sacred cloth woven by the T'boli people in communities around Lake Sebu, Mindanao island. Traditionally made by women of royal blood, thousands of patterns that reference folklore and stories are known to the T’boli women by memory. Contributor @emily_lush gives us an insight on T'nalak with photos by One Weave and great videos by Fides Enriquez & Rafael Musni and Haute Culture @hauteculturefashion! Thank you everyone for sharing these amazing heritage cultures and textiles!
You may have seen it in our Chicago exhibition, but now it's published with videos! See it on #thetextileatlas - https://www.thetextileatlas.com/craft-stories/tnalak-weaving-philippines
Aibu é uma ideia, que foi gestada na intenção de canalizar algo novo e natural,e hoje estou dando a luz a esse processo todo, para poder compartilhar do meu estudo pessoal e aprendizagem com o tingimento natural e estamparia botânica.
Nesse processo, busco estar em harmonia com os elementos que estarei utilizando para tingir e estampar, nessa harmonia nasce algo bem bonito, onde a transformação entra em ação, resultando em cores inusitadas e estampas únicas.
A palavra Aibu, a qual estou usando para denominar esse trabalho, é de origem indigena, quer dizer ''mulher'' para o povo kaxinawa, povo que tenho muito respeito e admiração, aprendo muito e recebo essa palavra para firmar meu compromisso comigo mesma na busca pela essência da natureza!! Estarei compartilhando através dessa página, experiências caseiras e totalmente amadoras, porém feitas com muita energia e boa vontade. 🌿 ♡
And another of my successful dye pots, this one is raspberries. The colour seems to be less varied than the blueberries but there’s a gorgeous range of tones and depth of colour. Potential for deeper colours if I mordanted the textiles too.
Organic cotton yarns and fabrics, hemp fabric, local mohair yarn and a mixture of local, sustainable and organic wool yarns.
Avacados in the dye pot this am.
One of my more extensive colour experiments, this one with blueberries... I’m certainly seeing potential for a colour palette for my final collection here. - organic cotton yarns and fabrics, hemp fabric, silk fabric and sari yarn, local mohair and organic wool yarns.
Natural colour palettes! I love, love, love seeing how the same dyestuff dyes different materials. The first image was all dyed in one dyepot with blueberries and the second image was dyed by raspberries.
Mostly these fabrics haven’t been mordanted but I’m still so pleased with the colour palettes and it’s given me some ideas for my final collection.
More of my moms natural dyed wool. Love the roughness and the ColorShade of (I think) Skvattram (a type of #Rhododendron )
i a i 「冬の衣」展
Cashmere woo long cort.
High neck gauze dress.(茜 × 雪ノ下 )
wool 55% linen 45% stall. (茜 × ｺﾁﾆｰﾙ)
[期間] 12/16(sat) - 12/18(mon)
[時間] 13:00 - 20:00
Nossas linhas de seda são um arraso!!! Ideal para bordados, acessórios, crochê e qualquer coisa que sua imaginação permitir. Seda nacional, tingida com corantes naturais.
Temos dois tipos: a lisa que é dupla e o fio rústico.
Vendas no site www.aiginska.com ou agende uma visita para conhecer de perto. São Paulo e Curitiba pode ser retirada na loja.
O bordado é da @helenakussik