Homegrown products are a fusion of natural materials that nourish us and keep us warm. Our vegetable dyes are harvested from plants grown on our farm, and our fibers come from the fleece of local sheep, and USDA organic cotton. Homegrown products are homespun, handcrafted and dyed- in- the- wool.

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Happy Holidays!

Our boiled wool products are made from wool grown on  Hudson Valley Shetland and Icelandic sheep!

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Poke Berries

These poke berries grow wild  all around our farm. They create a bright pink dye with vinegar. 

Friday, September 24, 2010

Floor Blooms

These floor medallions are made from reclaimed t shirts that are dyed and shredded.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Good Mornings

Morning Glory is an amazing plant that blooms in July, August and into the fall...the leaves and flowers can be used to make dye. The color is a soft yellow.

'Tis The Season For Sunflowers

Late August and early September are the months to harvest sunflowers for dye material. The black seeds yield blues to purples.