Dyeing for the Fall

fabricstack5Announcing a major feat! All of my dyeing is done for the Fall! Yes, every colorway of fabric, every skein of thread available on the Artfabrik website is in stock. I shall dye no more. (Or at least I won’t be dyeing any time soon.)

dyeing10Dyeing fabric is akin to a factory job; that is, labor intensive, repetitive work. Sure the colorful results are worth it but try telling that to my feet and hands.

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Ironing by Laura Wasilowski

What’s most extraordinary about this event is that ALL of the fabric is ironed. It’s ready to ship, travel as a trunk show to wherever I’m teaching, or ready to display at the International Quilt Festival in Houston. Now it’s time to make art!

8 thoughts on “Dyeing for the Fall

  1. I Love “Ironing” by you! Great that you have all that done.! I’m still running behind after my fall almost exactly a year ago now. I’m walking still with a walker and am Painting a few paintings to hopefully make quilts out of them when I finish the current one. We shall see.// Love your tutorials too. I think I told you I copied and printed the last one (er … most recent one).

  2. If I lived closer, I would definitely help with your ironing. I go out with wrinkled clothes on my back, but I love ironing fabric.

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