From Petal to Palette – Natural Dyeing with Kerry of Ginger Pink Yarns

This talk is part of our Mill Open Weekend celebrations.

Kerry, the creator and indie dyer behind Ginger Pink Yarns, is here to share her unique insight, using grown and foraged materials to create beautiful dyed fibre.

As well as sharing her own story and inspiration for her small business, you’ll discover the plants you can grow and forage, using them to create natural dyes. From wild finds such as alder cones and dock leaves to home grown dye sources including woad and coreopsis, this talk will introduce you to some of the incredible dye colours that can be found in nature.

Throughout the talk you will also learn more about the history and use of some of the most common dye plants, including the weed that was used to produce green dye for army uniforms and a dye that has been found on Ancient Egyptian mummies…

We will also have plenty of time for questions at the end!

If you click the link below then you will be taken to our booking system on Eventbrite to complete your booking. You’re also more then welcome to give us a bell (+44 (0)1769 579861) and book over the phone if you would prefer. Thanks! 

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Location: The Courtroom, South Molton Town Hall, EX36 3AB
Time: 10:30am – 11:30am including Q&A
Date: Sunday 9th June, 2024

For more information about our Mill Open Weekend celebrations please visit our website.

We are so looking forward to throwing our doors open and inviting you inside for our MOW celebrations!
– The Mill Folk x

Tutor Bio: Kerry Moyle is a plant-dyer based in Somerset. She produces a range of seasonal colours using plants which she grows in her garden and forages for in the local countryside.

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