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“THE COLORS OF NATURE” BOOK

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New ! The popular Danish book about natural dyeing edited by G-uld is now published in English!
Shipping from October, the 20th.

The book is a simple, easy-to-follow guide to getting started with natural dyeing, introducing and giving an overview of colours, plants, fibres and tools along with basic recipes for lasting colours. The primary focus of the book is dyeing on wool but it also briefly introduces other fibres and woven fabrics.

Plant dyeing is thought to be difficult and to demand several years of experience to achieve a good result, but that is not necessarily so. Plant dyeing is an activity in which everyone can take part. It does not demand any particular skills and good results can come even with the first dye bath.

The book is based on G-uld personal experiences with natural dyeing and how to achieve a good result. Some knowledge of the basics will serve you well when you start out. Therefore, the authors have put together a beginner’s guide on how to collect plants, how to interact with nature and how to recognize the plants that give the best, most beautiful colours.

Natural dyeing with plants is an exciting adventure to embark on, bound to give you extraordinary experiences when you encounter the interaction of nature and craftsmanship.

More information on the authors below in description.

Details:

  • Author: Anne Støvlbæk Kjær & Louise Schelde Frederiksen
  • Language: English
  • Format: 17 x 24 cm
  • Weight: 615 g
  • Number of pages: 160

New ! The popular Danish book about natural dyeing edited by G-uld is now published in English!
Shipping from October, the 20th.

The book is a simple, easy-to-follow guide to getting started with natural dyeing, introducing and giving an overview of colours, plants, fibres and tools along with basic recipes for lasting colours. The primary focus of the book is dyeing on wool but it also briefly introduces other fibres and woven fabrics.

Plant dyeing is thought to be difficult and to demand several years of experience to achieve a good result, but that is not necessarily so. Plant dyeing is an activity in which everyone can take part. It does not demand any particular skills and good results can come even with the first dye bath.

The book is based on G-uld personal experiences with natural dyeing and how to achieve a good result. Some knowledge of the basics will serve you well when you start out. Therefore, the authors have put together a beginner’s guide on how to collect plants, how to interact with nature and how to recognize the plants that give the best, most beautiful colours.

Natural dyeing with plants is an exciting adventure to embark on, bound to give you extraordinary experiences when you encounter the interaction of nature and craftsmanship.

More information on the authors below in description.

Details:

  • Author: Anne Støvlbæk Kjær & Louise Schelde Frederiksen
  • Language: English
  • Format: 17 x 24 cm
  • Weight: 615 g
  • Number of pages: 160
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G-uld:

“At G-uld we know firsthand what the craft of natural dyeing has to offer even today – we have lived this for years, work- ing every day at the dye pots. Natural dyeing can be regarded as a workout for body as well as soul. You will walk for hours in nature, get to know new plants, feel the wool, smell the dye bath, test your patience, think creative thoughts and feel the happiness of pulling YOUR yarn out of the dye pot.

With our different backgrounds as a trained archeologist and a graphic designer, we have one foot in the past and the other in the present. Despite our differences, we both feel strongly that old crafts must not die out. We want to see them live on – but in a context which makes sense for modern people.

Most importantly, we want to pass on the fascination of nature’s resources and the crafts of former times. Therefore it is important to us to reach a larger audience with an English edition of our book.”

Anne Støvlbæk Kjær & Louise Schelde Frederiksen