Overdyed fabric by the yard - Fold - Clay - Butterscotch
First, we screen print the fabric with water-based inks, then we send it to my dye house where they piece dye the already printed fabric. And voila, this colorful piece of fabric emerges.
I love to dye fabric this way because I have a deep love for color and this process allows for exploring color. I also love that each batch comes out a little different. AND I also love that over-dyed fabric has this very "loved" quality.
OH and by the way, when I refer to "dye lot", that means that all these pieces came from the same dye bath and therefore are all the same color.
Use the fabric for upholstery projects, big beach blankets, make big magical floor pillows, table cloths, etc etc.
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