DonnaKallnerFiberArt

Donna Kallner Fiber Art

Wisconsin, United States 972 Sales On Etsy since 2009

5 out of 5 stars (143)

DonnaKallnerFiberArt

Donna Kallner Fiber Art

Wisconsin, United States | 972 Sales

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Donna Kallner

Announcement    Nalbinding, looping, homegrown indigo and other plant-dyed handspun and mill-spun yarns and scarves. Rural northern Wisconsin. http://instagram.com/donnastitches.

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Last updated on Jan 17, 2020

Nalbinding, looping, homegrown indigo and other plant-dyed handspun and mill-spun yarns and scarves. Rural northern Wisconsin. http://instagram.com/donnastitches.

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Sales 972
On Etsy since 2009
Video summary: Peeling homegrown willow. I sell the peeled rods to basketmakers or burn it to make charcoal, and use the bark for homebrewed natural dye.

plant-dyed yarns, botanical print scarves and home decor, nalbinding and looping

Here in rural northern Wisconsin I grow Japanese indigo, woad and willow and forage other plants for dyeing handspun and mill-spun yarns. I source raw wool from area growers and spin with a twist that's particularly well-suited for use in nalbinding, Continental knitting and crochet. It all fits into the life we've crafted here in Wisconsin's Northwoods.

When I'm not spinning, dyeing or collecting dye materials, I teach looping and nalbinding. Looping is an ancient tradition that keeps evolving as contemporary fiber artists put their own spin on it. Never heard of it? Your ancient ancestors probably knew it by another name. Intrigued? You can learn more about looping at http://donnakallnerfiberart.com.

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  • Donna Kallner

    Owner, Maker, Spinner, Grower And Gatherer Of Natural Materials, Dyer, Teacher

    Inspired by ancient fiber techniques, I give old ideas a new spin. I dye with plant materials I grow and gather, spin yarn from local wool, and teach looping and nalbinding workshops.

  • Bill Kallner

    Woodworker, Harvest Hand

    When not building hand-crafted bentwood landing nets for fly fishermen, Shaker boxes or rustic furniture, my husband Bill helps me harvest willow, strip bark and gather materials for natural dyeing.

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