Announcement Hello! Welcome to my shop, come on in and have a look around. New listings every day. All hand dyed. for more about my process, see my blog at www.mydyeblog.wordpress.com.
Hello! Welcome to my shop, come on in and have a look around. New listings every day. All hand dyed. for more about my process, see my blog at www.mydyeblog.wordpress.com.
hawsbl on Apr 15, 20165 out of 5 stars
BEAUTIFUL eye glass case---very professionally SEWN. Love the colors of the fabric and the contrasting stitching. I am very pleased with ,y purchase. Thank you so much for your very fast and efficient service.
Annie on Dec 22, 20154 out of 5 stars
It's nice that the design is bleached into the shirt instead of printed because that means it won't wear over time. Marjorie was very helpful.
gracewever on Feb 26, 20155 out of 5 stars
very intriguing combination of colors...
Anonymous on Nov 5, 20105 out of 5 stars
Love this!! I bought it for a friend and decided to keep it for myself. The vibrant colors are absolutely fabulous. I can wear it with jeans or my LBD-can't wait!!
Hand Dyeing Silk, Wool, Cotton, and Linen with indigo and Japanese woven taupe fabrics
In September of 2015, I went to Kyoto Japan to visit my daughter and fell in love with the country, the people, the food, and the fabric. I visited the beautiful village of Arashyama, a place filled with romance, beauty and talented artisans practicing their handmade crafts in little shops all over town. In one of the shops, I bought some small remnants of cloth and my daughter who speaks very good Japanese told the owner that I was a cloth dyer and quilter. The owner then gave me a good size bag of "scraps" all beautiful woven, many indigo dyed. I took them home and paired them up with some of my hand dyes and the finished pieces made me really, really happy. I will be posting some her for sale along with my hand dyes and Japanese wovens if I can get my hands on any!
I lived in Brooklyn, NY for many years and worked printing and dyeing fabric for Broadway show costumes and also created an earned income non-profit printing studio in New York City that employed homeless youth, aged 18-21 to teach job skills including computer graphic design and silkscreen printing.
Three years ago, we moved to Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, a small village in the Western part of the state situated in the Hills along the Deerfield River. All the work listed in my shop is made by hand, by me, in my Shelburne Falls Studio. I am also an associate working artist at Brick & Mortar Gallery in Shelburne Falls.
And Soap, beautiful Soap! Also hand made by me. With lots of love, olive oil, and shea butter! Love, Marjorie
Accepted payment methods
Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
I don't accept cancellations
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
- Custom or personalized orders
- Perishable products (like food or flowers)
- Digital downloads
- Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)