Upstate’s pillowcases prevent hair tangles and face creases so you really can wake up looking pretty great.
An interview with designer and natural dye extrodinaire, Graham Keegan. Read More
Easter time has come, and the eggs are out. Dyeing of eggs is always a fun activity that everyone can enjoy, and the finished eggs can be used in so many ways. Read More
Told you guys I’ve been on a coffee kick lately… I may not drink it, but of course I love using it to make body scrub, and who doesn’t enjoy spending some quiet time at a quaint cafe like this or this? Today I’ve got another use for coffee — and tea, too! Natural dyeing. We’ve done flowers and black beans, and now we’re on to coffee and tea. It’s easy, effective, fun… and it smells delicious. Read More
Update: This post originally ran on September 21st 2011 but we wanted to bring it back as a reminder of how fun and environmentally friendly natural dyes are! Read More
Folk Fibers is a small business based in Austin; it has brought old world charm and traditional techniques back to the forefront of people’s minds with handcrafted and naturally dyed patchwork quilts.
Get to know the lady behind the label… we introduce you to Maura Grace Ambrose and her label Folk Fibers.