a shift dress in fall colors

front view of merino jersey dress eco-print with agonis flexuosa and eucalyptus cinerea

back view of shift dress

I eco printed this dress with dried eucalyptus leaves and fresh Agonis, and over dyed it in brazilwood dye bath. The dried leaves were pre-soaked in some water before printing. I am thrilled with the result and happy to share.

vibrant reds from cinerea and sage greens from agonis

I love the results of this one—reminds me of a Chinese painting of bamboo and plums

Agonis flexuosa ‘Jervis Bay Afterdark’, or after dark peppermint tree.

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2 Responses to a shift dress in fall colors

  1. Marilyn Stephens says:

    Just lovely Melinda ❤

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