The Wild Dyery is a textile design and training company specialising in natural fabric dyeing.

We pattern ethically sourced cloth by hand at our studio in Hoylake, Wirral, England, using traditional resist techniques including shibori, block printing and screen printing.

Our textiles are then dyed using flowers, bark, roots and leaves, imbuing the fabric with resonant colour and an ethical provenance.

We create a range of home textiles, ‘dye it yourself’ kits and accessories which sell online, at craft events and through retailers.

Our products, workshops and online training courses aim to help preserve this heritage craft whilst promoting sustainable eco-textiles. We also showcase the work of other artists and makers using heritage, sustainable or upcycled materials and offer a variety of guest workshops in natural crafts.

Justine Aldersey-Williams is the designer, maker and owner of The Wild Dyery. She hand-dyes all items and teaches both live and online courses in sustainable fabric dyeing techniques. Justine qualified as a teacher in 1998 and has since taught extensively to schools, universities and crafts groups. She completed an MA in 2014 and has exhibited her work at New Designers, Indigo Paris and Rio.

Justine lives on the Wirral peninsula in England with her husband and two teenage children and is also a yoga teacher.