Natural Dye from Day 1

 

Thanks to the K-State Green Action Fund the LFGI project continued into its second year with a new group apparel production and design specialization students in Dr. Sherry Harr’s AT300 course. Madder root, cochineal, titanium oxide, and logwood came to life on hand-woven cotton made by the weavers in Choa Cruz, Solola, Guatemala. The outcomes from this year’s group will go up for auction in 2020. All funds will return to the project, which includes sustaining our relationship with our weavers.

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