There is nothing more delightful than being in my dye garden or at my loom. I enjoy the textures from a soft cotton thread or a handspun wool, and the click clack sounds of the harnesses and shuttles. I have gratitude towards each flower and root, grown in its own time, filling my garden with its colors and surprises. Combining the meditative processes of gardening, dyeing, spinning and weaving, creates great joy and a reminder to slow down, listen, and observe what nature has given to us. I am interested in how process crosses into our daily living and how these choices can help shape our footprint on the future.

"Madder root in my dye garden"