Indigo Love

This Is What 60 Hours of Intricate Tie Dye Looks Like, blog and video post by Micky Bedell of the Bangor Daily News. (I tried to embed the video, but I think crazy shibori is a better use of my technical capabilities.)


Made in Maine - Photos and Videos of People Who Create

Needle in hand, Amelia Poole hunches over a folding table in the small back room of her Brooksville studio on a chilly winter morning. The heating system sputters and grinds as a nearby window floods the fabric in her hands with light, bringing into sharp focus hundreds of delicate, patterned stitches, gathered bunches and winding string.

This isn’t your typical summer camp tie dye. Not even close.