Natural fibers

 

Where do our clothes come from? How many garments do we actually need? The majority of our clothing is mass-produced in countries far away. This distance creates a comfortable separation between our closets and the damaging practices that are employed to bring us poor quality, disposable clothing made by hands of people whose lives are treated as if they're also disposable. Clothing is the second most damaging product outside of large-scale agriculture, yet we aren't making the connection. You can make thoughtful change ONE garment at a time. We can help you get there. 

 

 
 We source our fibers as locally as possible. We spend time on farms getting to know fiber producers and their animals, and then we take the fiber we source and turn it into beautiful (we think!) clothing and yarns for home use. We want to be able to answer when asked where our clothes come from. How about you?

We source our fibers as locally as possible. We spend time on farms getting to know fiber producers and their animals, and then we take the fiber we source and turn it into beautiful (we think!) clothing and yarns for home use. We want to be able to answer when asked where our clothes come from. How about you?

 Incorporate the use of natural dyes to add depth and color to your textiles. Our earth provides us with the tools needed to produce a rainbow of color with foraged and intentionally grown plant-based dyestuffs. 

Incorporate the use of natural dyes to add depth and color to your textiles. Our earth provides us with the tools needed to produce a rainbow of color with foraged and intentionally grown plant-based dyestuffs. 

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 Meet Petal and Dexter, our purebred Satin Angora rabbits. They are the apple of Diana's eye (well, after her human babies, that is) and in 2018, she will begin using their fiber in her work. You can't get any more local than that. 

Meet Petal and Dexter, our purebred Satin Angora rabbits. They are the apple of Diana's eye (well, after her human babies, that is) and in 2018, she will begin using their fiber in her work. You can't get any more local than that.