Announcing our NEW ONLINE TRAINING!

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Natural Fabric Dyeing: Eco Colour, Print and Pattern Online Training I’m SO excited to announce that after years of research, experimentation, planning and mind-bending web development The Wild Dyery’s NEW online training launches TODAY! Registration is now open for a select number of ‘Beta’ test students who will not only benefit from being the first in the world to take this groundbreaking course but will do so with a HUGE DISCOUNT. During our first round of classes we are offering … Read More

Workshop Schedule 2017

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  I’ve just updated The Wild Dyery’s EVENTS PAGE with all our live workshops next year. It’s very exciting getting everything planned out but the major event, our exciting new online home study courseĀ isn’t included just yet as it’s still under wraps… we’ll announce more next week… not long to wait! In the meantime, visit the events page for first choice on workshops next year. There will be 6 Indigo Socials, 5 Eco-Colour (formerly called Eco-Spectrum) and 3 Eco-Printing workshops … Read More

New Date for Eco-Spectrum workshop

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Sat 25th June 2016 10am – 4pm Discover sustainable, environmentally friendly ways to beautifully pattern fabric using ancient techniques and plant dyes. Woad (Indigo), Madder and Weld are the oldest European dyes which can create a full spectrum of colours when combined. Shibori is a refined form of tie-dye originating in Japan and used to create intricate patterns. These are created by clamping, tieing, stitching, wrapping, folding and binding fabric before dyeing. In this one day workshop we will explore … Read More

welcome to The Wild Dyery!

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a NEW site celebrating botanical colour Welcome to this new site dedicated to the celebration of botanical colour, natural dyeing and the beautiful arts and crafts created using these ancient, sustainable techniques. My name is Justine Aldersey-Williams. I’m a surface pattern and textile designer specialising in wild dyeing. During my recent MA studies, I realised that there didn’t seem to be a central place online that galvanised and promoted plant-based textile dyeing, so I decided to create one! This site … Read More