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 … Read More

Open Call: for artists/makers using natural fibres and plant dyes

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    OPEN CALL: are you a textile artist or maker producing beautiful work using natural fibres and plant dyes? Do you have or know of any exquisite dye journals, gardens or clothing? Are you a natural dye enthusiast who … 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 … Read More

Supporting Community Clothing

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I love getting parcels! This one was my reward for pledging to support a Kickstarter campaign for new manufacturers cooperative, Community Clothing. The cooperative was established by Patrick Grant; Savile Row tailor, ‘Great British Sewing Bee’ judge and one of … Read More

Family Summer Sessions booking now!, The Wild Dyer, The Wild Dyery, Justine Aldersey-Williams

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  Workshops for Parents and Children Summer 2016 With the school summer holidays looming just a few days away, we’ve just launched some new and exciting workshops to keep your children occupied. Our ‘Family Summer Sessions’ will take place from … Read More

These chairs have a story to tell… Collaboration with Green Wood worker Marcus Drummond

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Reconnecting We’re living in an exciting era when, after years of glamourised mass consumption and disassociation from natural resources people are reconnecting with nature. We know we can go to a retailer and buy cheap products yet are starting to … Read More

‘GRAND’ Opening of The Wild Dyery

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Come and celebrate with a glass of cheap fizz! Actually, I’ve been hoarding champagne since my 40th (not that long ago btw!) so if you time your arrival right you may end up with a glass of the real stuff. … 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 … Read More

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