FEEDBACK FRIDAY: John Marshall - Shared screen with speaker view
That was crazy cool
wow. Bravo! thank you
That was wonderful!!
I’m breathless from watching
Can you say more about the indigo and mud dye?
thank you, fascinating
Wow wow, fascinating, sooo inspiring, thank you so much
Have you ever tried mixing screen printing and katazome techniques for printing?
that was wonderful!!!!
do you have a video on pigments?
Thank you so much!
Is anyone else in tears over how incredible his journey has been? Astounding!
I had the pleasure of meeting with John and the Humboldt Fiber Fair a few years back. It was lovely.
It was wonderful presentation. Your library was just great!!! Thank you. Akemi Cohn
Love all the time and thought you put into the collectible books-so beautiful!
Ihave a number of ground pigments from France, do you have instructions for how I can use these?
Thanks so much John. It was great to learn your early history. Pamela Feldman
So inspiring! Both your work and how you got interested and exposed to natural dyes.
do you collect your own pigments from minerals, do you collect natural California minerals/rocks from your local territories
I heard the traditional katagami is no longer made. What is used in place of the traditional katagami paper for stencils?
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?
what is the difference between pigment and dye?
thank you John
Chris Conce of information about persimmonrad is the best sour
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.
Brilliant! loved the books, such a wonderful idea and beautifully out together and presented. Are they for sale?
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 :)
FABULOUS journey and talk - infinite THANKS!
Thank you John your work work is full of passion and joy.
Thank you so much for sharing! I am so inspired, your work is beautiful!
Thank you Jonh!!
Thank you so very much - what an inspiration. Much gratitude to John (and of course Kathy and Amy!)
Do you use a mordent before using pigment? thank you
I'm just blown away! Thank you!
Hi, are all soy beans equal or are some better than others?
Just plain soy milk from the grocery store or do you soak soy beans and make your own?
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!
John you ROCK !!!!
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?
awesome book. lots of lovely visuals
Can you freeze fresh leaf indigo leaves for later use?? thanks!
My original fresh leaf recipe came from your site but I never get those darker blues. What’s the secret.
What a wonderful and inspiring presentation! Thank you to John, Cathy and Amy.
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?
I'd love to know how to source the sticks that stretch the fabric. Thank you
How do you know when to harvest your indigo?
I would love to see through your eyes for one day!
For pigments that are made with soy milk applied to fabric — are the fabric washable?
Another fabulous Friday - very inspired! wish I could grow indigo at 9000 feet elevation. Thank you John!!!
Right, 3 months
I heard that fishermen dyed their sails with clay pigments using the salt water as a binder/ mordant?.
That’s amazing!!! What a fantastic suggestion (Ramie/ protein/ silk)
fascinating response on the soy milk, thank you
Such a cool way to think through the soy question!!
Thorough is good!
What kind of mud and how is it applied in your fabric sample?
it is still available / I sell the traditional paper through Washi Arts
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?
Thank you :)
How can I use the instant indigo I purchased from you?
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.
Thank you so much—this was amazing!!
Thank you from Milos
thanks for a lovely presentation—arigato gosaimashta!
Beautiful work. I just ordered Singing the Blues… can’t wait to get it! Thank you all so much!
What beautiful work - so inspiring! Thank you so much
Thank you John, really interesting.
Thank you Jonh, what an energy!!!
Wonderful presentation. I hope you will be able to offer in-person workshops next year.
Thank you very much!
Such a wealth of information… Amazing. Thank you so much for presenting a glimpse into your vast knowledge.
Thank you and WOW!
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!
thank you so much!,
excellent thank you!
Yes, please have John on again - I'd love to hear what he's planning for the future!
Thank you so much. Listening in from Wales UK
muchas gracias saludos desde Colombia 🇨🇴
Thank you, that was AMAZING!
Thank you so much!! Really brilliant!
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
Thank you Kathy, Amy, and crew, for this series.
As a retired teacher I truly admire and respect John’s books. They are so thorough and address all learning styles.
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
Thank you soooo much, amazing sooo inspiring
Thank-you, John! You are a treasure!
So happy to be in John’s workshop a year after spinning a Wonderfull three weeks there! Thank you so much!
thanks John, can’t wait for the workshop in Sept. 🦋
So interesting and inspiring!
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
Sorry Amy - what was the source for the ‘cancer alley’ piece?
I'm in amazement of your passion and artistry! Thank you, John!
Thank you for such a wonderful and apolitical presentation. Very refreshing
Thanks for a truly inspirational video
Thank you from a first time visitor. I have learned so m much
Terri Van Sleuwen
Thank you amazing!
Inspiring presentation! Thank you John, ...and to Kathy and Amy for making this happen!
gracias desde chile
thank you, John and to Botanical Colors for this series — it is wonderful.