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LIVE FEEDBACK FRIDAY-Sasha Duerr Talks Plant Dyes - Shared screen with speaker view
Laura Berkowitz Gilbert
17:02
I just got my indigo package from Botanical Colors this afternoon!
Janet Barbieri
22:22
have you dyed with californian Toyon. Any poiny
Janet Barbieri
23:04
Have you worked with.
Raelynn Jewison
24:26
how do you know something has potential color or dye within a particular material? how do you go about testing your ideas about if something has potential color?
Janet Barbieri
25:07
Have you worked with Californian Toyon, any pointers? Solar generated but wondered how long to leave in the jar
Pam Lawrence
25:25
Does the book focus on yarn? Or does it include dyeing on fabric?
Samantha Verrone
26:56
What sort of dyes/inks were used in the printing of the book? :)
Amy DuFault
29:32
I would like to be the hibiscus queen
Carl Stewart
29:57
Me too
Lynne Steinhaus
30:25
The Edible Schoolyard is one of the most amazing places I have ever been
Cheryl Cain
30:38
How color fast are the dyes that you get from the waste products.
Eunice Mahler
30:46
have you dyed on non bleached cotton, linen or hemp?
Celeste Malvar-Stewart
31:24
Where did you get your permaculture degree?!
Abigail Doan
31:27
Yay. Permacouture Institute!
Celeste Malvar-Stewart
31:59
Thank you Abigail!
Abigail Doan
33:35
Oh, that was Sasha’s organization. Not sure where she obtained her degree/certificate. Oops!
Aleksandra Azbel
34:13
Are the plants featured in the book light and wash fast?
Abigail Doan
35:13
https://www.permacouture.org/about
Aleksandra Azbel
35:55
and have all the samples in the book been tested against UV and washing?
Kathy Hattori
36:15
Hi everyone, please make sure you stay muted. Thanks!
Janet Barbieri
36:54
how lightfast are all these natural dyes?
Gail Fishberg
38:55
Do you always need a mordant?
Jen Mayol
39:08
That’s so beautiful,
Amy DuFault
39:12
going to get her on mordanting in a sec Gail
Laurie Matthews
39:27
How have you taken your plant dye practice on the road? Did you pack certain things or are you buying supplies as you go?
Maile Neel
40:50
Can you describe your bucket system you use with students a bit more? How many students do you have in a class and how big a space do you have for them?
Catherine Perkins-Auch
41:00
What resources and/or processes do you use to research the history of the specific dye stuff you plan to use?
Abigail Doan
44:19
What are your hopes for how your latest book might impact the design realm, specifically interiors, architecture, the wellness sphere?
Carl Stewart
47:59
You mentioned memory as an important part of your process, what role does history, of place, social history etc. play in your practice?
Abigail Doan
48:13
So a sort of site-specificity in design.
Abigail Doan
48:31
And local eco-literacy.
Carl Stewart
50:34
thank you
Timara Link
50:40
Does your book have color stories/processes that can be done with children?
Abigail Doan
50:53
Great question, Carl. Thank you.
Ummi Junid
51:49
Have you explore any tropical plants from Asia? Do you think there’s a lot of difference?
Celeste Malvar-Stewart
52:27
many times I have spent dyestuff that contains metals like iron and I’m hesitant to place it in my compost; how do you feel about this?
Deanna WG
52:43
I look forward to getting this unique and broad book. Given the focus on swatches, which I love, how do you deal with plants that give different color depending on season, or pH, or something else? :-)
Abigail Doan
56:09
I will add the link … hold on.
Abigail Doan
56:54
As mentioned by Sasha: https://www.nienkehoogvliet.nl/portfolio/seaweed-research-book/
Amy DuFault
57:06
thanks Abigail and I’ll include it in the notes later too :)
Abigail Doan
57:15
Yay.
Gail Fishberg
57:27
was there a mordant with the seaweed?
Gail Fishberg
57:42
high ph water?
Sherri McKee
57:49
Southern California is having a massive red tide right now. Thinking about the possibilities… :)
Aleksandra Azbel
57:55
How do you your loved ones and colleagues deal with the smell of seaweed? I have to convince my partner that something died in our yard when he smells it
Gail Fishberg
01:00:54
do you dye large pieces of fabric & make your own clothing?
Virginia Bullock
01:03:08
does the book have basic formulas?
Pamela Paquin
01:03:45
This is amazing. Thank you so much Sasha and Amy and Kathy!
Samantha Verrone
01:04:33
I find dyeing with a cold logwood dyebath more interesting results than with heat. Usually combined with iron.
Desiree Bell
01:04:33
Thank you, Enjoyed so much!
Susan Livingston
01:05:09
so great to meet
Teri Power
01:05:35
do you ever paint with your colors on paper?
Abigail Doan
01:05:36
So lovely and informative. Thank you!
lael rathje
01:05:52
so inspiring! thank you sasha! and thank you amy and kathy!
Zaharah Shine
01:06:02
💞😄💞
Susan Livingston
01:06:08
so great to “meet” you!.....this is a beautiful book!
linda magdalena jonsson
01:06:14
I received your book today, its wonderful thank you!
kimm branch
01:06:21
been looking forward to this all week. this was lovely. can't wait to get the book! thank you all for your time and passion.
kathy Green
01:06:29
inspring
Sherri McKee
01:06:30
So great! Thank you all so much!!!!
Susan Akins
01:06:50
so much to think about~thanks for starting the process. can’t wait to get the book.
Lauren Jones
01:07:12
Thank you so much-love your process, so looking forward to receiving this book!
Janet Barbieri
01:07:47
thank you so much, such an interesting discipline. Lots to experiment with.
Debra Maloney
01:07:54
Loved this! Inspiring! Thank you!
John Andrews
01:07:59
wonderful information! thanks for sharing all your expertise! very inspiring and meaningful!
Terri Van Sleuwen
01:08:42
excellent so inspiring to get dyeing and reinventing my clothes!
Mickey Mariash
01:09:59
Thank you so much! These Friday's are always inspiring and thought provoking. Thank you again for sharing your time and expertise!
Sydni Gause
01:10:26
Thank you so much for sharing your practice. I look forward to ordering your book and learning more about you! Cheers, Sydni
Leanne Taylor
01:11:34
That is lovely
Paige Smith
01:11:47
Thank you so much for getting back to the social and environmental purpose of natural dyeing being about working with what we have in our own community, what is sustainable and right in front if us. Thank you !
Katrin Reifeiss
01:12:20
Thank you!
Christine Levesque
01:14:16
I so appreciate your sharing your gifts with us. Very inspiring. Thank you!
Brece Honeycutt
01:15:14
Thanks so much, Sasha, Amy & Kathy for another inspiring Feedback Friday! Love that quote from Orion!
Crescent Calimpong
01:15:32
thank you so much Sasha, Kathy and Amy. this was lovely and inspiring and I am so grateful to have been here. thank you!!!
Kipp Inglis
01:15:43
Thanks Sasha, Amy and Kathy…lots of great information!
lael rathje
01:15:49
the book is on my wishlist now. thank you so much for your knowledge and words.
Kara Sjoblom-Bay
01:15:52
Thank you!
czarina den ouden lobo
01:15:56
Thanks so much! My books arrives next week. I can't wait. You're awesome Sasha
carolann caviglia madden
01:15:59
this was amazing! thank you all!
Taylor Reynolds
01:16:10
Thank you!!
Eunice Mahler
01:16:11
thank you Sasha—-I’ll be getting your book. I just tried daffodils flowers and ready to try lichen next!
Anette Rega
01:16:16
Thank you very much, so inspiring!
Maile Neel
01:16:17
Thank you so much for this wonderful Feedback Friday. So inspiring.
Jasmine Cindy
01:16:20
Thank u!!!!
Samantha Verrone
01:16:37
Thank you Sasha, Amy and Kathy~!
Candice Brokenshire
01:17:01
Thank you!!!!!!!!