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

New Work Harvested

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I’ve yet to write about the fact that I opened a new studio this summer (I will soon!) but am skipping ahead to share some new work using flowers harvested from the studio dye garden. Back in May I planted Dyer’s Coreopsis, Dyer’s Camomile, Sumac, Hollyhocks, Woad, Madder, Weld, Lady’s Bedstraw, Angelica and Meadowsweet and 3 months later I got to use the first crop of flowers in an ecoprinting project.   I’d dyed some silk scarves using shibori resist … Read More

Adventures in Scotland with India Flint

Wind-fallen scarves workshop at Big Cat Textiles, Newburgh, Scotland – August 2015 India Flint is a world renowned textile artist from Australia, famous for her discovery of the eucalyptus leaf eco-printing technique. She travels the world (or whirled as she prefers to spell it!) exhibiting and teaching about sustainable fabric dyeing options which venerate rather than exploit our Earth. The image above illustrates so many things that I love about her work. She kindly allowed me to photograph the amazing … Read More