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May 17, 2011


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these are beautiful! These may be my favorite of all your natural dye experiments that you have yet shared. You achieved some pretty awesome results with those speculums and vaccine vials :)


Gorgeous!!! You know I love those blues ♥
Can't wait to see what beautiful pieces you create for Winged Migrations!


those colours are fantastic!

and OH MY GOSH your chalkboard!!!! did you make that, and if so, how!?!?!


wonderful results
that's part of the fun is opening up your experiments
I am working on my pieces too.


they look so pretty all hanging up together.

Alice Sailer

Ahhh! como me gustaría tener tiempo para practicar el teñido de telas... el resultado de las suyas es maravilloso, y la manera de mostrar las telas es tan bella... ahhh!


i don't even know why i would be surprised, but you have so quickly become a dye genius. so impressed with all the stuff you are working on right now. also, this sounds like it is going to be an incredible art show, can't wait to see it.


so beautiful!


I love!!!
very hippie style!♥


Wonderful results. They have me wanting to sign up for another indigo class. I'm excited to see what you make for the show too. I love the theme :)


my eyes thank you for so much blue gorgeousness this morning, my friend. Sure (solid) blue is hard to achieve in dyeing unless you use indigo or woad.
I would look at the flags all day long ....
The last photo holds as much interest as the others, for me.


you must have been so thrilled to see these results! they're gorgeous


i love the medical-supply-inspired shibori. beautiful results. and i can't wait to hear more about that exhibition you're curating... once again i wish canada was closer!


Loving all the indigo! How was the polygon-stitched-looking one done?


wow! i'm not sure i could love your results any more! how exciting!!!

Jill Wignall

i love all of it! I instantly went online to try and find a shibori class in London.


Dotty blues—pure heaven! I'm enthralled with all the indigo-love lately! I was especially happy to see your comment over on Eva's blog that you're planning to start your own vats this weekend. My mind is flitting with exciting thoughts of having my very own mini indoor vat.


Fantastic shibori patterns, you're so clever, Margie ! These dyed fabrics hanging in the wind on your porch are so lovely !
I also love your last gorgeous and very intriguing photo in your studio ... :)

Noga from Israel

I love Shibori (I've just made a mobile with Japanese Shibori that you can see in my blog) and I adore your fine Indigo Shibori fabrics!

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