Hand Dyed by Anna Joyce is a modern introduction to indigo and fiber-reactive dye that every crafter should have. Exploring traditional techniques like shibori and using organic compounds, this comprehensive how-to guide offers everything you need know to create stylish, richly colored and patterned pieces. Classic techniques and natural materials make these projects beautiful and accessible, even for the beginner. (Hardcover)
Making No. 10/ INTRICATE has 11 knitting patterns, 1 crochet, and 9 sewing and other crafts patterns.
This issue was photographed on a farm in Camden, Maine, on the traditional homelands of the people of the Penobscot Nation. Penobscot is the name Penawapskewi which means “the people of where the white rocks extend out”, referring to parts of the Penobscot River. The Penobscot Nation is part of the Wabanaki Confederacy, and have historically spoken the Algonquian language – Algonquian meaning “people from the east.” The Penobscot Indian Island Reservation is located along the Penobscot River, a place of fishing, hunting, farming, and gathering. From the publishers: "We encourage you to learn more about the Penobscot River Restoration Project."
*This is a one-yard, 33-inch cut*
Wiltshire in Autumn is a classic leaf and berry pattern, designed for Liberty Fabrics in 1933. It was created by the mysterious designer known only by the initials D.S.
Classic Tana lawn fabric made from specially selected ultra-fine long-staple cotton and finished without the use of crease-resisting chemicals or irritating allergens. Lightweight and very fine with a dense, tight weave; great for quilting and dressmaking.
54 inches wide
Liberty Tana Lawn® does not need to be pre-washed before working with it. Because of the high-quality production of the fabric, shrinkage when washing is negligible.
We recommend washing Tana Lawn® on cool with delicate detergent. Hang drying is preferable; if using the dryer, we recommend a low temperature.