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FEEDBACK FRIDAY: The Dogwood Dyer - Shared screen with speaker view
brece honeycutt
58:29
Please type your questions for Liz in the chat.
Peter Gorse
59:01
What dye plants did you grow in London?
Yonat Michaelov
59:07
any word about mordanting?
Lorenza Wong
59:37
You continue to be an inspiration Liz! When will you be writing your book?
kathryn white
01:00:08
Best advice for someone new to Indigo propagation?
Liz Keen
01:00:48
How do you get the indigo seeds to germinate?
Christina Kingsmill
01:01:23
who were your tutors in London?
Cindy Pierce
01:01:27
Do you have any tips for drying, and storing natural dye stuffs, do you every free them?
Kiyomi Fukui
01:02:33
Do you have favorite plants for getting good greens?
Cathy Comstock
01:02:46
How much do you document your processes?
Britt Boles
01:02:54
I really enjoy the way you've been able to utilize small urban greenspaces. Advice to share for community gardening unconventional spaces/collaborating with city/county/neighbors etc. ?
virginia ameztoy
01:05:39
I love this!!!
Debbie Bamford
01:05:54
Do you do lightfastness tests for the fashion production?
virginia ameztoy
01:06:12
How did you mordant or prepare the fabric!?
ROSE PALAZZOLO
01:06:42
Can you give more details on eco printing with cannabis leaves? Did you use a hammer and steam?
Samantha Verrone
01:06:50
Hey Liz!!! So good to see you! You’re my dyemother hero! Did any of the failing trees in your Bk dye beds end up thriving in the midst of those dye plants? And have you come across any plants I might not be aware of that have a high tannin content and will create interesting alchemy with rust? Always on the look out - had to ask! :)
Mini Damwyk
01:07:04
What dye flowers other than cosmos do you recommend to plant in Southern California that don’t require regular watering?
Jessica Young
01:10:29
You mentioned solar dyeing on the FIT rooftop - can you recommend resources for trying that method of dyeing?
melissa bidermann
01:17:07
Can you use dry the orange rind?
virginia ameztoy
01:19:24
Amazing!!!
Suzanne Watzman
01:20:03
What is salt water massage?
Suzanne Watzman
01:22:03
How long can you keep dye fresh in the fridge?
Ildiko Polyak
01:23:34
Thanks, Liz!
Nancy Craft
01:23:41
Great work! Love what you are doing. Thank you.
Anna Zell
01:23:47
Lovely presentation, thank you!
czarina lobo
01:23:56
Always inspiring,,,,,keep doing what you're doing Liz.
Anne Katahira
01:24:00
Thanks, Liz! Hope to see you again in person someday. Maybe on a Brooklyn rooftop! (Or come to Seattle!)
Suzanne Watzman
01:24:01
AWESOME and inspiring
sheila andrews
01:24:03
lovely thank you
melissa bidermann
01:24:05
💗
Elaine - Kosa Arts
01:24:09
Amazing Journey!
Annette McPhail
01:24:17
Thank you, lovely presentation.
Barbara Hoepp
01:24:18
Thank you so much, signed up for your blog
Wendy Feldberg
01:24:18
Just wonderful
Lisa Stankus
01:24:22
Exceptionally fantastic share ! Thank you 🙏🏼
brece honeycutt
01:24:23
Liz’s website: https://www.thedogwooddyer.comInstagram, @dogwooddyerUpcoming workshops, https://www.thedogwooddyer.com/workshops1Liz’s blog with tutorials: https://www.thedogwooddyer.com/blog
Cheryl Desjardin
01:24:24
Thank you so much for sharing your well-earned knowledge Liz. Such beautiful color and results! Amazing!
Leah Carpenter
01:24:33
Thank you Liz! Caught what I could around toddler naptime! Thanks for sharing!
Ann Aket
01:24:34
Wow. That was brilliant, so inspiring, energetic , AMAZING x
Rachel Kahn
01:24:58
Love your work, Liz! Mothering is deeply important work, such a gift that you are including and learning from the them!
Anette Rega
01:25:00
WOW! Very very inspiring, great presentation!
kimm branch
01:25:07
amazing. thank you. can't wait to take a class with you.
Wendy Feldberg
01:25:08
Any experience with using dried leaf persicaria ?
Susan Terrill
01:25:35
amazing
Anette Rega
01:25:36
Thank you very much!
Barbara Sopjes
01:25:36
SO Inspiring! Thanks for sharing. So much beauty
Rachel Wolstenholme
01:25:39
Inspiring presentation, love all of this. Huge thank you from Spain.
Tracey Speedie
01:25:50
This is the first time I’ve heard a natural dyer talk about the role of children in the process and making products for little ones, well done
kimm branch
01:25:52
can you please share where the indigo farm is in upstate ny?
brece honeycutt
01:25:56
Liz’s website: https://www.thedogwooddyer.comInstagram, @dogwooddyerUpcoming workshops, https://www.thedogwooddyer.com/workshops1Liz’s blog with tutorials: https://www.thedogwooddyer.com/blog
Helen Kennedy
01:26:07
A book for stuff to do with kids
Marijke Bongers
01:26:10
thank you so much for the presentation, and just go on enjoying your kids, there will be a life after they grow up. xxx
Anne Aycock
01:26:21
Thank you so much! I love your IG account and was excited to see you were giving this talk. So many new ideas. 💙
Jeanne Hupprich
01:26:30
From Jeanne Hupprich I love how you got bright colors from fresh plants. Most books using plants are not as vivid as yours. Thank you.
Madeleine Provost
01:26:39
Amazing presentation Liz!! You are so inspiring and a great teacher. So lucky to have learned from you at FIT in the past - you changed my life & set me on my own journey with dyes. Thank you for all the beautiful work you do and share!!!
Natalie Stopka
01:26:40
thanks Liz! so lovely to see you!
kathryn white
01:26:53
Thank you so much! Your story is gorgeous!
Rosie Hope
01:26:57
Thank you, so inspired by your work!
Tina Limpert
01:27:00
Thanks so much Liz, Brece, and Amy!
Stephanie Stimmler
01:27:26
For dyeing large pieces and yardage -what is your favorite dye pot brand and size?
Britt Boles
01:27:28
👏💙🌱🌈 so great to hear more of your story Liz!
Deb Reierson
01:27:34
Thank You! I’ve now got new ideas to ry.
Debbie Bamford
01:27:39
Thank you - fascinating stuff!
Lynne Swearingen
01:27:41
Thank you!
Teodorescu Iulia
01:27:47
Loved! It is so nice that you involve your children!! The flower are amazing and the indigo is a beautiful magic color
Samantha Verrone
01:28:06
Thanks, Amy and Brece, too - great job, gals!
Susan Terrill
01:28:16
thank you for information about fresh lfaf ind
Anne Aycock
01:28:17
Tell Kathy we missed her💙
Chika Ito
01:28:32
Thank you!
Claudia Zanvit
01:28:32
Thank You Liz, very inspiring!
Susan Terrill
01:28:35
leaf indigo
Sara Jeanne Burke
01:28:39
we purchased indigo seeds from you and the germination rate was fantastic! thank you!
Lucy S
01:29:32
Thank you! This presentation is fantastic!
virginia ameztoy
01:30:11
I wish you were closer to pop in…one day..
Danis Morgan
01:34:00
Thank you for your presentation, incredible…your life resonates with me in any ways also a creative, mom and primary caretaker of 3. Im taking some of your workshops!
brece honeycutt
01:36:01
Adriana Moreno, @moonshadowgoodsKim Eichler-Messmer, @kimemquilts
kimm branch
01:36:52
what is heidi's instagram please
Joan Harrison
01:36:58
What is the minimum amount of indigo plants that are needed in order to play? I planted 16b but the squirrels ate half of them already!!
brece honeycutt
01:37:06
Adriana Moreno, @moonshadowgoodsInstagram links:Kim Eichler-Messmer, @kimemquilts
Anette Rega
01:37:22
Thank you Amy!!
Anne Aycock
01:37:44
Amy. You were brilliant, as always 💙
Shari Syrkett
01:37:46
Thank you!
Tracey Speedie
01:37:58
good job Amy and Brece!
Susan
01:37:58
Awesome shares! Motivating and inspirational!
Kiyomi Fukui
01:38:27
Any tips on deterring the indigo plant getting eaten?! Bugs are getting to mine as well 😭
Amy DuFault
01:41:22
That Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2003754103201900
Amy DuFault
01:41:40
For Britt Boles
Helen Kennedy
01:42:53
Have you tried using grapefruit instead of oranges. I could not get grapefruit to work
Sharon Block
01:43:34
is your cannabis sativa, indica, cbd, what is best for colour
Wendy Feldberg
01:44:07
Any experience with dried indigo leaves?
Samantha Verrone
01:46:15
Having trouble getting my indigo seeds to grow. Any tips?
brece honeycutt
01:46:30
Upcoming workshops, https://www.thedogwooddyer.com/workshops1
virginia ameztoy
01:47:40
I love to have join !
Suzanne Watzman
01:48:01
How long can indigo seeds last?
JoAnn Lucia
01:49:18
I sent in a question about transplanting indigo plants in 92 degree
Helen Kennedy
01:49:28
Britt talks about dry leaves on Facebook group
Kate Ellis
01:49:38
What is M Garcia’s Facebook page called?
Helen Kennedy
01:50:42
Look up dreambird studio. Iris does dry leaf.
Claudia Zanvit
01:51:55
Thanks and I say goodbye :-) to everybody
Melanie Sanford
01:52:05
Is it better to use cannabis sativa or Indica leaves to print with? Or does it make a difference?
Amy DuFault
01:52:06
Bye Claudia!
Suzanne Watzman
01:53:25
At the end of the season, what temp is still ok?
Amy DuFault
01:54:08
Rowland Ricketts FEEDBACK FRIDAY: https://botanicalcolors.com/2020/12/21/video-from-live-feedback-friday-rowland-ricketts/
Suzanne Watzman
01:56:02
Rowland Ricketts gave a presentation last evening with Renwick Gallery/Smithsonian
kimm branch
01:56:24
go to the cornell website they have all the sound tracke
Kathleen O'Grady
01:56:46
My husband is aMajor birder from Maine. Does it have a very ‘flutey’ sound? You can try iBird.
Kiyomi Fukui
01:58:21
This has been SO inspirational!!! Thank you so much.
Samantha Verrone
01:58:22
Nothing lasts. Change is inexorable.
George Fukuda
01:58:26
Ladies it was a a fabulous Feedback very grateful to you Liz and Amy! Have a fab weekend I have to go out out a fire 😬👩🏼‍🌾
virginia ameztoy
01:58:31
Grate thought
Cathy Comstock
01:58:31
Thank you!!