Eco dyed repurposed wool jacket trimmed with checked wool material of a pre worn piece of clothing
Tunic made with cut up linen cotton repurposed clothing. This garment is made to honor the 75th anniversary of the liberation of WW2 of The Netherlands. Orange is the surname of the Dutch Royal Family
Back view linen/cotton tunic
The Shroud. The eco dyed front panel has semi abstract words and sayings stitched on it. the garment is made of discarded silk material and linen/cotton cut up clothing.
Back view of the shroud
This also was once a white woollen jumper
Another white wool jumper transformed
Jacket made of cut up linen/cotton discarded clothing
IMG_2393.JPGDetail of stitchery
needle weaving with white cotton yarn on black cotton
Aukje opening the slow cooker with dyed cloth on Bruny Isl
Tie and dye
Remade linen shirt into a tunic.
Ferns from the garden path 2
Remade fashion Show
Stitchery from a sketch
From sketch to stitch
Pink meets Red
An out-dated red wool jumper with some added pink wool left over bits.
Aukje in action!
Aukje conducting a dye workshop.
Stitched dyed cloth
Stitched pieces of dyed cloth.
Bundles of cloth ready for the next available dye pot.
From singlet to dress
The starting point of this garment was a wool singlet, eco dyed and then with added discarded materials made into a dress.
The Three Sisters
Folded eco dyed materials, all hand stitched.