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, August 24, 2011

Textile Lab at the Union Square Pavilion!

Join Textile Lab this coming Saturday 8/27,  at the Union Square Pavilion ( North End of Union Square along 17th Street). We will be creating dyes from local plants,  dyeing recycled t shirts, and spinning yarn from local wool! Textile Lab will be at the Pavilion from 11am -3pm. For more information visit:

Sunday, August 14, 2011


In spite of the torrential rain and thunder, Textile Lab was present at the 79th Street greenmarket . We created dyes with  zinnias from Berried Treasure and Duva Farms, and cilantro from Gajeski Farm. We also got very, very WET!!

Friday, August 12, 2011

Textile Lab visits 79th Street Greenmarket!

Join Textile Lab this Sunday (8/14) at the 79th Street market at Columbus Ave and 79th Street from 10am-5pm. See the yarns that we dyed with the plants from the last greenmarket excursion! We will also be knitting and spinning yarn made from local wool.

Red cabbage dye from Greenpoint market!

Colors from sunflower, red cabbage, parsley and carrot tops!