9.04.2012

New post on Fibershed over at Handful of Salt

I've got a new article about the Bay Area Fibershed project over at Handful of Salt. Head on over and check it out here.

Founder Rebecca Burgess wears an indigo dyed tunic hand knit by Heidi Iverson
using Sally Fox cotton. Image by Paige Green Photography.
Learn more about the Fibershed project here. Update: Thank you Ronnie for the links to these amazing podcasts on the project here and here.

7 comments:

ronnie said...

thanks for posting! I have rebecca's book - I first heard of her fibreshed project after listening to a podcast interview with rebecca on sustainable world radio last year - it's a great listen (actually there are now 2 interviews) --- and perhaps others would enjoy listening >>

introducing the fibreshed project > http://pdcastsusworldradio.libsyn.com/the-fibershed-project-living-one-year-in-locally-grown-clothes


an update and more info > http://pdcastsusworldradio.libsyn.com/growing-color-how-to-create-beautiful-dyes-from-plants


mmm I'm having dreams of a dye plant garden....

Sweetpea said...

I'm with ronnie on the dreaming of a dye plant garden... Thanks for posting this, Kathryn.

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Very nice, thanks for sharing.

Katrina said...

love that photo. heading over to the link to see what else you're working on...

kathrynclark said...

I agree with you all, a dye plant garden is so tempting and so easy! I hope you follow your dreams and go for it! Thanks Ronnie for the links, the post is updated!

blandina (aracne) said...

How captivating is this idea, so brilliant and so simple. Thank you Kathryn, you are a mind opener.

lisa s said...

AWESOME !
thanks for sharing. !!!

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