CWM Natural Dye Club 2017 - SOLD OUT

Product Code: 4291-NDC2017 Availability: Out Of Stock
CWM Natural Dye Club 2017 - SOLD OUT

Join the first Custom Woolen Mills Natural Dye Club!

We are so pleased to be collaborating with fibre artist, Megan Samms, to offer the inaugural Custom Woolen Mills Natural Dye Club subscription. This limited quantity subscription is a grow-along, dye-along, knit along. What does that mean? That means we send you a kit with dye plant seeds for growing, natural 100% wool yarn, a pattern, and instructions for signing in with the group. Once you sign in, you'll start receiving email correspondence as we all go through the process together of growing our dye plants,  harvesting ripe dye-stuff, preparing and mordanting our yarn for dyeing, dyeing our yarn, and then knitting up the finished project. The majority of the correspondence will be between the months of April and September. 

This year's project is a great one for the beginner gardener, beginner dyer, and beginner knitter alike. Designed by Megan Samms, the ksikwekewiku's gloves, or, 'fruit and berry ripening moon' gloves, are a beautiful little pair of fingerless gloves made for harvesting - colour, food, life name it! We'll be growing marigolds to dye with. If you love knitting with naturally dyed yarns, but hate growing stuff, or vice versa, consider getting two subsciptions and partnering up with a friend - one of you does the growing, you both get together to do the dyeing, and one of you does the knitting!

Price is per subscription and does not include shipping of the kit. All correspondence for the CWM Natural Dye Club is by email only. New subscriptions available only until the end of March 2017. 

Learn more about why we started the CWM Natural Dye Club in our blog Announcing the CWM Natural Dye Club 2017.


About Megan Samms

Megan Samms is a natural dyer, spinner, knitter, and weaver who splits her time between her studio in Northern British Columbia and her fire tower in Northern Alberta. She is an exceptionally talented natural dyer and worker of all things textile. We had the pleasure of hosting her here at the mill as our 2016 Custom Woolen Mills Millstay fibre artist.  

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