The last possible day for ordering for delivery before Christmas is December 18. Our Dye Kits and Period Pigment kits would make excellent gifts for your crafter or painter who seems to have everything!
After being distracted by Real Life and FaceBook for far too long, I’m attending to my own blog at last. Yeah, I know I’ve promised to do that before this. But I mean it this time. Really. Seriously. Honest. We’re gearing up for more dye workshops and fabric painting workshops in 2013. Plus adding Read More
THINK SAFETY! This is not meant to scare you out of dyeing but is meant to prevent you and loved ones from really dying! Enjoy this wonderful craft by not getting careless. Always be prepared to deal with accidents. Call 911 if victim has a hard time breathing, is not breathing, cannot wake up, or Read More
As you’re checking out the dyes in our shop, you might have some questions! Here’s some general information about dyes in our catalog. BEST ON…: In product descriptions, a specific fiber may be listed as the best to use with certain dyes. However, most natural dyes work well on all natural fibers. Natural dyes do Read More
Getting a great deal at the fabric district, thrift store, or garage sale is hard to pass up – but once you’ve brought your treasure home and you decide to dye it, how do you figure out what it’s made of? As you know, the fiber types and contents in yarn and fabric can Read More
Bake at 350: Ewe Tube
Earlier this week, we received an email from Master Hroar and I thought others might be interested in this peek behind the curtain. Master Hroar is the potter behind Two Hearts Entwined Pottery, and has worked with clay as an independent potter for the past 30 years. Now then, from Master Hroar:I know you guys Read More
Bjo’s laptop hard drive died so she’s going to be offine for a while. She fully intends to blog more regularly in the future! In the meantime, why not check out the upcoming Fiber Frolic or perhaps the hundreds of photos we have of past Griffin Dyeworks Events?
Whew! Well, I thought I would get back to blogging in a big way, but several things happened to prevent that: I had a series of fibromyalgia flares that were more painful than usual and interfered with getting a good night’s rest. This left me very tired and depressed. Potrero War, a large Society for Read More
May has been a VERY busy month. I am working on a mud-dye and rust-dye tutorial for our upcoming Griffin Dyeworks Fiber Retreat and sewing on several projects. We saw the Star Trek film at Paramount Studios thanks to Gene Roddenberry’s son, Rod. We saw it again the next week with friends in the Valley. Read More