After the one-year-wardrobe project this is a map of our local Fibershed. It's just the beginning of what is possible - new connections are being made everyday. We're currently busy developing new yarns with local ranches, harvesting indigo, continuing to raise funds to build a cotton mill in our region and so MUCH more...
Wrapped in locally foraged and farm cultivated colors on
cotton and wool fibers grown close to home. Elegant and whimsical in a
single breath. This playful design is left open ended to be wrapped multiple
times as a necklace or a belt with endless possibilities. Indulge in the richness of colors harvested from the
Northern California landscape.
project was featured in the New York Timestoday along with many other amazing bay area projects moving toward more local sustainable methods!
Together, from all these different approaches, we can make this shift a
reality. A BIG thank you to EVERYONE involved. What a great
write up in NY Times connecting all the dots!
Wool roving knitted + felted + dyed with onion skins