Collecting local plants to dye with
Tansy in Maryhill; Meadowsweet in Queen's Park; Old man's beard in Dunkeld; Comfrey in Cupar
Fibre and yarn after immersion in dyebaths made from various plants
Texture and colour are equally important when selecting yarns dye materials to work with
The techniques used to dye Woollenflower yarns can equally be used to dye other natural materials, such as fabric, wood and bone
Wool pouches made from fabrics reclaimed from worn-out garments, upholsterer’s waste and vintage lengths.