Last March, I received a request from Kimberly A. Irwin, a professor at Savannah College of Art and Design, Atlanta, Georgia. She was writing an instructional manual about surface design on fabric. She found my blog online about compost dyeing. She wrote and asked if she could include two images from my blog post, “Unwrapping a Gift from the Compost Pile”. Her book covers over 70 techniques and ideas to create interesting design on fabric manipulation, and one of her topic focuses on ‘buried fabric’, or earth staining. I was thrilled and happy to be a small part of her amazing book. Thank you, Kimberly!
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