Slow Fashion Citizen: India Flint - Fringe Association
BY KATRINA RODABAUGH | It is such an honor to bring you today’s interview with India Flint, aka @prophet_of_bloom. India is an Australian-based natural dyer, fiber artist, visual artist, costumer, teacher and author, best known for creating the “ecoprint” dye technique. Her natural-dye methods lead to eco-friendly, plant-based, biodegradable and locally foraged color for cloth and yarn, allowing the […]
Go wild! Dye textiles naturally – Q&A with India Flint – Quilting Daily
I've written many times before about how much I enjoy dyeing in all its different forms. But lately I've been exploring more natural methods and products. When India Flint's book Eco Colour: Botanical Dyes for Beautiful Textiles landed on my desk, it seemed like fate. I don't think I've ever seen such a comprehensive guide to natural dyeing that also shows such amazingly beautiful and sophisticated results. India is a designer, artist, writer, and sheep farmer who lives in South Australia…
What's In Your Bag? Heads Up On Bio-Hazards - Surface Design Association
India Flint and her work at Nash Gallery, Minneapolis, MN, in conjunction with SDA 2011 Conference. Photo by Derek Lundmark (courtesy of Brittany Conroy).
Cleveland - India Flint workshop day 2
Thank you to all for the lovely comments about the post of Day 1 of the India Flint workshop. Thanks as well to India and Christine for sharing the post! Day 2 was just as fun...despite the cool temps and rain that accompanied yesterday. Seems even Mother Nature wanted to take part in the class by providing us with rain water to use to refill the dye pots when extra water was needed. Shame I didn't get a shot of the bucket sitting just so under a drip...well...small steady stream…
Cleveland - India Flint workshop day 1
Today was a good day. The first of a 2 day workshop with India Flint. Enjoy the photos. I'd write more, but there's homework waiting. Christine Mauersberger's stitching.