Michelle Snowdon

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Blue Mountains Australia  ·  Fibre Artist, Art Yarn designer & educator. Original photographs & designs are copyright, All Rights Reserved. Please Pin & link back to wooldancer.com. Thank Y
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Handmade Dress - silk/wool, eucalyptus, medium print

Handmade Dress - silk/wool, eucalyptus, medium print

I went to an art yarn work shop with the most amazing spinner "Wooldancer"  at the guild in Sydney on the weekend. It was jammed packed with...

I went to an art yarn work shop with the most amazing spinner "Wooldancer" at the guild in Sydney on the weekend. It was jammed packed with.

This is a one-of-a-kind, handwoven wall hanging. Most of the yarn used in this weaving is reclaimed or recycled. The wall hanging measures 10 x 15 inches, and it is ready to hang. Made in Portland, Oregon. 2015.

This is a one-of-a-kind, handwoven wall hanging. Most of the yarn used in this weaving is reclaimed or recycled. The wall hanging measures 10 x 15 inches, and it is ready to hang. Made in Portland, Oregon.

Rowland uses a paste-resist method when dyeing his fabrics—mixing glutinous-rice flour, rice bran, salt, and water together, then applying the…

Process: textile artist Rowland Ricketts uses a paste-resist method when dyeing his fabrics—mixing glutinous-rice flour, rice bran, salt, and water together, then applying the mixture to areas that he doesn’t want to absorb the dye. via Martha Stewart

Awaiting to be worn by the one person who shall enjoy adventurous expression with this one of a kind pieceTitle: Northern LightsContents: made from the silken raw cocoon fibre after hand-harv...

Awaiting to be worn by the one person who shall enjoy adventurous expression with this one of a kind pieceTitle: Northern LightsContents: made from the silken raw cocoon fibre after hand-harv.

Rowland Ricketts dyeing cloth

Rowland Ricketts dyeing cloth, The artist runs Ricketts Indigo along with his wife, Chinami, who is a weaver. Together they organically grow and process the indigo used to dye their textiles.