I’ve reached the end of the warp! 😳 Yikes! I feel like the end of the warp always sneaks up on me.
The texture of these face cloths for Wildcare is so deLIGHT-full! The weft is a lovely cotton-linen that I dyed with cochineal and black walnuts. https://www.hellowildcare.com
A new warp on my small loom, naturally dyed merino-silk rainbow for some simple scarves coming into being.
Warping my little loom with a naturally dyed merino-silk warp ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🤎🤍🖤 Its been a number of years since I made a batch of Bomber scarves and figured it was about time.
Kyle Parker Cunningham & I have reworked our imaginings of @desertarchaic gallery, and coming soon all of our creations will be available online. https://desertarchaic.com Please sign up for the newsletter to be the first to know. https://tinyletter.com/newtribetextiles
This Ethereal Scarf will be one of the pieces available. It was woven on a warp of organic cotton-linen with a weft of wooly wonders. My dress and skirt were made by Bohemian Folk Clothing
This is perhaps the most beautiful naturally dyed pallet I’ve ever created in one go. And, I’ve still got more colors in progress and on the way. Please enjoy this eye candy.
We have a long way to go as a country, but if we keep fighting, change will come. Love your fellow human beings. Seek truth!
In today’s daily workings, here we have freshly dyed and wound balls for my next project chilling on my current project. All of the fibers here were naturally dyed, the balls are cochineal and black walnut dyed cotton-linen and on the loom is a seacell-merino-silk blend dyed with a myriad of natural dyes.
Rinsing the cochineal dyed fibers in our hot springs water. Underneath the town of #truthorconsequences flows a #hotsprings aquifer, in some places only a few feet under the surface of the ground. We are lucky enough to have a shallow well and 98 degree water, which is perfect for summer splashing, or rinsing naturally dyed yarn. Our tub is set up so that the water drains through channels watering fruit trees, our Jerusalem Artichoke bed, cactus and agaves.
Busy days around here, weaving, dyeing, website work & preparing my online shop (at jeannieOrtiz.com) for a bundle of new creations. To be the first to know when the shop will be stocked, sign up for my mailing list if you haven’t already. http://tinyletter.com/NewTribeTextiles (Don’t worry, I don’t send many emails)
The silk dress shown here will be one of the new creations in my shop. It has been years in the making and I am so excited to share it with you.