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FEEDBACK FRIDAY: John Marshall - Shared screen with speaker view
Shadi Reisinger
01:32:13
That was crazy cool
trish moon
01:32:23
WOW!!!
grace
01:32:23
wow. Bravo! thank you
Denise Restauri
01:32:28
That was wonderful!!
helen kennedy
01:32:29
I’m breathless from watching
Kate Ellis
01:32:31
Can you say more about the indigo and mud dye?
Elaine Aldous
01:32:34
thank you, fascinating
Margarida Vasconcelos
01:32:34
Wow wow, fascinating, sooo inspiring, thank you so much
ma naa
01:32:37
Have you ever tried mixing screen printing and katazome techniques for printing?
Lorenza Wong
01:32:39
Speechless!
Eunice Mahler
01:32:40
that was wonderful!!!!
Maureen Wilson
01:32:41
do you have a video on pigments?
JULIE Frederick
01:32:42
Thank you so much!
Sally Torres
01:32:42
Is anyone else in tears over how incredible his journey has been? Astounding!
Shadi Reisinger
01:32:45
I had the pleasure of meeting with John and the Humboldt Fiber Fair a few years back. It was lovely.
Akemi Cohn
01:32:49
It was wonderful presentation. Your library was just great!!! Thank you. Akemi Cohn
Barbara Ryan
01:33:02
Hi John,
Anette Rega
01:33:12
Incredible!!
Mickey Mariash
01:33:25
Love all the time and thought you put into the collectible books-so beautiful!
Pamela Carr
01:33:28
Ihave a number of ground pigments from France, do you have instructions for how I can use these?
Pamela Feldman
01:33:42
Thanks so much John. It was great to learn your early history. Pamela Feldman
Laurie Matthews
01:33:55
So inspiring! Both your work and how you got interested and exposed to natural dyes.
Michelle Gannes
01:34:02
do you collect your own pigments from minerals, do you collect natural California minerals/rocks from your local territories
tacey miller
01:34:05
I heard the traditional katagami is no longer made. What is used in place of the traditional katagami paper for stencils?
trish moon
01:34:06
Basic question-I purchased a pound of instant indigo a decade or more ago-still in my freezer - how can I use that without lye/thiox? can I use soymilk?
JULIE Frederick
01:34:06
what is the difference between pigment and dye?
Bernadette Puleo
01:34:10
thank you John
Juliet Gamarci
01:34:15
Chris Conce of information about persimmonrad is the best sour
Donna Winchester
01:34:18
I’m a complete novice and a lot of this boggled my mind, but I’m drinking in the beauty of the images and marveling at the range of techniques to which I can aspire.
Rob Jones
01:34:19
Brilliant! loved the books, such a wonderful idea and beautifully out together and presented. Are they for sale?
Juliet Gamarci
01:34:26
Chris Conrad!
Margarida Vasconcelos
01:34:32
Which one of your books would you recommend as a first introduction to the techniques you just shared? I am fascinated and now just want to learn and experiment :)
Mary Jaeger
01:34:37
FABULOUS journey and talk - infinite THANKS!
Regina Moss
01:35:02
Thank you John your work work is full of passion and joy.
Kelly Bahash
01:35:08
Thank you so much for sharing! I am so inspired, your work is beautiful!
Virginia Ameztoy
01:35:10
Thank you Jonh!!
Anna Volkmann
01:35:21
Thank you so very much - what an inspiration. Much gratitude to John (and of course Kathy and Amy!)
Karen Cleaver
01:35:42
Do you use a mordent before using pigment? thank you
Pamela Carr
01:35:47
Thank you
Karen Murtagh
01:36:01
I'm just blown away! Thank you!
Julie Gibney-Vamvakari
01:36:03
Hi, are all soy beans equal or are some better than others?
Virginia Glenn
01:36:17
Just plain soy milk from the grocery store or do you soak soy beans and make your own?
Samantha Verrone
01:36:36
I love that you spoke of “adding iron rust to give a little more life to it.” What sort of iron rust are you adding to indigo? I loved your presentation! Thank you!
david sloma
01:36:48
John you ROCK !!!!
Gill Dickson
01:36:50
Thank you so much from Scotland! I am new to natural dyeing and this is so inspiring. What is your top tip for someone starting to explore this wonderful new world?
Shadi Reisinger
01:37:29
awesome book. lots of lovely visuals
lilysauer
01:37:59
Can you freeze fresh leaf indigo leaves for later use?? thanks!
Dawni Gladish
01:39:00
My original fresh leaf recipe came from your site but I never get those darker blues. What’s the secret.
Susan Spratt
01:39:36
What a wonderful and inspiring presentation! Thank you to John, Cathy and Amy.
Katrin Mueller-Sauer
01:39:45
i have planted woad in the garden, how do how know when to harvest? and can I freeze it and wait until I have enough?
Sally Torres
01:39:46
I'd love to know how to source the sticks that stretch the fabric. Thank you
Denise Restauri
01:40:34
How do you know when to harvest your indigo?
Donna Winchester
01:41:04
I would love to see through your eyes for one day!
Robin Hamlin
01:41:40
For pigments that are made with soy milk applied to fabric — are the fabric washable?
kathy green
01:42:19
Another fabulous Friday - very inspired! wish I could grow indigo at 9000 feet elevation. Thank you John!!!
ma naa
01:42:24
How long?
ma naa
01:42:37
Right, 3 months
Teri Power
01:42:54
I heard that fishermen dyed their sails with clay pigments using the salt water as a binder/ mordant?.
Anna Volkmann
01:43:40
That’s amazing!!! What a fantastic suggestion (Ramie/ protein/ silk)
grace
01:43:47
fascinating response on the soy milk, thank you
Maureen Wilson
01:43:53
yes!
Amanda Curreri
01:44:32
Such a cool way to think through the soy question!!
Kathi Grupp
01:44:58
Thorough is good!
Kate Ellis
01:45:39
What kind of mud and how is it applied in your fabric sample?
Linda Marshall
01:46:22
it is still available / I sell the traditional paper through Washi Arts
Alecia Dodge
01:46:40
So, is he saying that if I had a hemp piece of fabric and applied soymilk to it, and then wait a year, I might be able to dye with fresh leaf next summer?
Margarida Vasconcelos
01:47:33
Thank you :)
trish moon
01:48:19
How can I use the instant indigo I purchased from you?
Julie Rivera
01:48:25
Love hearing about the history and personal inspiration. I’m so inspired by all the possibilities. Love your special edition book creations. Thank you John.
Marie Rounsavell
01:48:40
Thank you so much—this was amazing!!
Maureen Wilson
01:48:45
Thank you🙏
Linda Marshall
01:48:52
thank you!
Julie Gibney-Vamvakari
01:48:53
Thank you from Milos
Susan Akins
01:48:53
thanks for a lovely presentation—arigato gosaimashta!
Denise Restauri
01:48:57
Beautiful work. I just ordered Singing the Blues… can’t wait to get it! Thank you all so much!
Anita Fleming
01:49:03
What beautiful work - so inspiring! Thank you so much
Rob Jones
01:49:08
Thank you John, really interesting.
Virginia Ameztoy
01:49:27
Thank you Jonh, what an energy!!!
Kate Ellis
01:49:30
Wonderful presentation. I hope you will be able to offer in-person workshops next year.
Anette Rega
01:49:31
Thank you very much!
Belinda Bowling
01:49:33
Such a wealth of information… Amazing. Thank you so much for presenting a glimpse into your vast knowledge.
Erica Iseminger
01:49:33
Thank you and WOW!
grace
01:49:38
John I’ve been a periodic customer at Stitches West and I am so happy to get this deeper look into what you work on. Thank you!
Susan Livingston
01:49:38
thank you so much!,
k schneider
01:49:41
excellent thank you!
Lisa W
01:49:54
Yes, please have John on again - I'd love to hear what he's planning for the future!
Doreen Barnaville
01:49:57
Thank you so much. Listening in from Wales UK
Eunice Mahler
01:49:59
thank you
Teri Power
01:50:01
Wowser!
Paola Arboleda
01:50:06
muchas gracias saludos desde Colombia 🇨🇴
yonat michaelov
01:50:17
Thank you, that was AMAZING!
tacey miller
01:50:19
Thank you so much!! Really brilliant!
Anna Volkmann
01:50:23
Wonderful - what a fantastic person John is - I would love to take some online classes and will surely follow up on books etc. THANKS again
grace
01:50:24
Thank you Kathy, Amy, and crew, for this series.
Deborah George
01:50:25
As a retired teacher I truly admire and respect John’s books. They are so thorough and address all learning styles.
Michelle Gannes
01:50:29
WOW is an understatement. I enjoyed seeing your show at the Santa Barbara Museum a few years ago live and in person....and this has been wonderful to see your latest endeavors along with refreshed narrative
Margarida Vasconcelos
01:50:35
Thank you soooo much, amazing sooo inspiring
Mary Porter
01:50:36
Thank-you, John! You are a treasure!
Alecia Dodge
01:50:38
So happy to be in John’s workshop a year after spinning a Wonderfull three weeks there! Thank you so much!
Sara Ashford
01:51:01
thanks John, can’t wait for the workshop in Sept. 🦋
Anette Rega
01:51:06
So interesting and inspiring!
Deb McClintock
01:51:08
Thank you John, nice overview of your online classes! Folks his soy class is a good stand alone class to focus on your surface work with soy milk
Anna Volkmann
01:51:14
Sorry Amy - what was the source for the ‘cancer alley’ piece?
Lorraine Nielsen
01:51:20
I'm in amazement of your passion and artistry! Thank you, John!
Georganne Alex
01:51:22
Thank you!!!
Deborah George
01:51:33
Thank you for such a wonderful and apolitical presentation. Very refreshing
Karen Hegge
01:51:37
Thanks for a truly inspirational video
Deb Woolley
01:51:41
Thank you from a first time visitor. I have learned so m much
Terri Van Sleuwen
01:51:46
Thank you amazing!
Karen Chikuami
01:51:49
Inspiring presentation! Thank you John, ...and to Kathy and Amy for making this happen!
Montserrat Lira
01:51:52
gracias desde chile
Helene McIntyre
01:52:58
thank you, John and to Botanical Colors for this series — it is wonderful.