Hand Dyed Fabric Patches
Bring the beauty of Kata Golda’s plant-dyed fabrics to your own craft projects. Each little fabric bundle contains 9 4-inch squares of organic cotton/hemp: red, terracotta, orange, ochre, green, blue, walnut, dusty rose, and charcoal. Bundles are tied with plant-dyed silk ribbon.
These textiles are hand dyed by Botanical Colors in a way that is mindful of water use, is non-toxic and biodegradable, and draws its incomparable color palette from humble plants and natural sources. The outcome is a beautifully nuanced collection of ethically produced textiles. Each batch of dyed fabric is unique, adding character to each piece that is created with it.
Meet the Maker: Kata Golda
Kata Golda is a craft studio in the mossy seaside town of Port Townsend, WA run by Taproot Contributor Alison Kaplan. The business is named after Alison’s great grandmothers who laid the foundation for hand work in her family. Kata Golda preserves and promotes crafts such as needlework, letterpress, pottery, hand-dyed textiles, stitched felt and bookbinding. Alison finds inspiration for her work in the woods, farmlands and beaches of her Pacific Northwest wonderland.