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salt yarn studio
Salt Cloth Series // local dyers
Join us Aug 23 for the first in a series of trunk shows, showcasing the work of local sustainable textile artists and designers.
Time & Location
Aug 23, 2018, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
salt yarn studio, 620 Main Street, Dennis, MA, USA
About the event
Join us for Thursday to see the recent dye works of FLORA OBSCURA, AMY DUFAULT and CAPE COD SHIBORI.
AMY DUFAULT - Amy DuFault is a sustainable fashion writer, consultant and activist working on putting a spotlight on human rights in the fashion industry. She is currently the Director of Digital Content & Communications at the Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator as well as for Botanical Colors Natural Dyes in Seattle and launched The Food & Fibers Project, a multi-media platform that makes the connections between what we eat and what we wear.
FLORA OBSCURA - Alison Dahl Kelly is a natural dye artisan & fashion designer, hand-painting & dyeing all of the Flora Obscura silks from her studios in Brooklyn & Cape Cod. Her previous line, Dahl, was the culmination of years of study at design schools in the U.S., Italy & Mexico. In FO she has fused this background with her reverence for the tiniest wonders of the natural world.
CAPE COD SHIBORI - Rachel Switzer specializes in small Batch, hand Dyed, shibori fabrics. She has enjoyed exploring many textile techniques from early childhood on to adulthood. Her current passion is dyeing fabrics using shibori folding techniques. She sells fabric, pillow covers and other home accessories in her shop on Etsy, Cape Cod Shibori. Rachel lives in Woods Hole,