About (backyard dyer)

Ongoing weaving/knitting/dye projects, experiments with local dye plants, garden trash and other messy endeavors.

contact: jamie@jmjamison.com

 

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  • My friend has a chance to buy a LeClerc Minerva 8 shaft. Would you be willing to contact me so I could ask you a couple of questions?
    Ruthie

  • Where did you get Minerva upgrade parts? And why does the box say Nilus? I really want to upgrade my 4 harness Minerva and I can’t figure out how. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

  • Hi, I stumbled across your blog this morning and am thoroughly impressed. I have a question about growing woad, is there any way I could email you? Thanks for your time.

  • Hey Jamie — Woad eh? Somehow it doesn’t surprise me that you’re fussing with fiber while paint dried. Lost all my email addresses awhile back. I’ve been knitting newspaper. How are you, Suzanne

  • Hi Jamie!

    I read the article about your woad growing this morning in the LA Times – and loved it!
    Then I found your blog…and spent some time reading all about your experiences with
    woad…really great!

    I don’t know if you know that we do a Woad Dyeing Workshop every fall in Los Angles with
    Master Woad Dyer Denise Lambert – from France. I would love to invite you to join us as
    a guest this fall for her workshop – if you would be interested. I am not sure where you
    live, but if you are anywhere near Los Angeles – please come!

    We will be building the vats on Friday, September 6th and the dying will take place in
    Elysian Park on Saturday, September 7th….

    Hope to hear from you!

    Merci!

    Kaari

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