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Embrace life. Stand out. Be joyful. Wear color.

I am blessed to be able to pursue and share my passion for dyeing things. I make each piece with care and joy, and even though I've been dyeing for a while, there is still wonder and magic every time - whether I'm pulling the stitches or unwrapping the pipe or simply removing a shirt from its bath - it delights me. Wonder and magic. And joy.

So what about me? I'm Diana of Dye Diana Dye. I live in Atlanta, my studio is my home, and I'm happily married to a brilliant man who is also an exceptional musician.

I love coffee. And chocolate. And handmade soap…

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  • Female
  • Born on November 8
  • Joined August 11, 2008

Favorite materials

bamboo, cotton, modal, rayon, procion mx dyes, lace, vintage woodblocks, mykonos beads, lots of love and joy

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dyedianadye
it's not your typical tiedye

About

↓ To return to my shop, click here↓
http://dyedianadye.etsy.com

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Embrace life. Stand out. Be joyful. Wear color.

I am blessed to be able to pursue and share my passion for dyeing things. I make each piece with care and joy, and even though I've been dyeing for a while, there is still wonder and magic every time - whether I'm pulling the stitches or unwrapping the pipe or simply removing a shirt from its bath - it delights me. Wonder and magic. And joy.

So what about me? I'm Diana of Dye Diana Dye. I live in Atlanta, my studio is my home, and I'm happily married to a brilliant man who is also an exceptional musician.

I love coffee. And chocolate. And handmade soap.

Thank you for visiting.

Curious about Shibori?
Shibori is the ancient Japanese technique of creating resists for dye. I use hand-stitched resists, such as ori-nui (running stitch over folded cloth, for spirals, stems, and other lines and curves), hira-nui (running stitch on a single layer of cloth, for lines), maki-nui (chevron lines), awase-nui (intersecting arcs, for leaves), ne-maki (little circles), maki-age (bound fabric within a shape for flowers), and mokume-nui (parallel rows of running stitch, for wood grain like striations).

Caring for your Hand-Dyed Garment
All garments are dyed with Procion MX dyes. Color is chemically bonded with the fibers in the garment and will not wash out or fade. Simply wash and dry, no special care is necessary. If your garment is embellished with beads, wash it inside out (but I'll send you extra beads, just in case!)

Have a question? Want something special?
Please convo me if you have any questions, or would something in a different size or colors than the one shown. I love custom orders!

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