I’ve been figuring out the best way to approach talking about this idea of “Slow Color” that I’m in love with. I’ve created an entire business, albeit a very small one, around this idea of slow color, and the value of it. I look outside and see the colors of fall in the leaves and in the trees, and I realize that those are reflected in all the colors that are produced using natural dyes.
Hello all! How’s your sweater coming along? I’ve moved on from joining the front and back hems and am about 4-5cm away from being done with my stockinette section. I often find that when I get to a large section of stockinette, my knitting pace slows down quite a bit when it’s being worked in the round.
I've been in a bit of a funk lately while getting settled back in here in Nashville after our trip. So, in efforts to shake the moody blues away, I decided to just have some fun and play out in the dye studio today. I had a lot of fun working on the Limited Edition summer colorway back at the end of June,