Blog: Fabric Dyeing & Stitching

Indigo Cloth 2 Dye 4: Day 12/30

Fashion Is Language Sage Paul Cardinal was the first that I heard say that indigenous fashion is a language.  I witnessed what she meant when I attended my first Indigenous Fashion Week Runway Show in Toronto.  The experience was mind blowing and changed the direction of my art-making hands.  Indigo dyeing came back to TheContinue reading “Indigo Cloth 2 Dye 4: Day 12/30”

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Fiber Art by Carola

Carola Jones,
Studio Artist,
Writer & Visual
Educator

At five years old, seeing my grandmother and her mother hang wet green fabric on the clothesline that changed to blue in front of my bewildered eyes as it was blowing in the wind transfixed me. Indigo dyeing as historically practiced by indigenous people on the Coastal Plains of Carolina is both art and medicine. My passion is to share the multi-generational knowledge that I hold with others who want to experience the transformation of The Indigo Blues.

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