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Living Seasonally

When I was a girl, I spent a lot of time outside in the woods, creeks and meadows behind my house. I often felt like the plants and energies were on the verge of physically speaking to me. And sometimes, I imagined what they were saying to me —…

Who Grows Your Dyes?

It’s Fashion Revolution Week — a week of raising awareness about injustice in the fashion industry, under the slogan “Who Made my Clothes”. The Fibershed movement supports Fashion Revolution Week and includes a call for a transparent and ethical supply chain.
We want to deepen the conversation to incorporate “Who Grew My…

Springtime Dye Plants

There are many good dye plants, but I have a few favorites, two you can plant in your garden in the next month or two, and one is wild and growing now.
Hollyhock
Hollyhocks are my favorite green dye. First, they look beautiful growing. You don’t need to pick them, just…

Celebrate Spring with Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs

Enjoying Spring Traditions
Easter Sunday is always based on cosmic math: first comes the vernal equinox, the halfway point between solstices—March 20 this year. Then, the we look for the first full moon after that—March 30th this year—and the first Sunday after that is Easter.

Stay in keeping with the ancient…

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