Hand dyed fabrics have always fascinated me. While their color can be replicated from one batch to another with careful planning, their texture is impossible to duplicate. Each piece is one of a kind. Kathleen Starr of Starr Design Fabrics has dedicated the last twenty years of her life to the hand dying fabric and designing quilt patterns to showcase their beauty.
Here is the Shockwave pattern included in this month’s Quilty Box:
During our podcast, we talk about her fabric dying practice, how the industry has changed in the last twenty years and how she designed the fabrics and patterns in her Quilty Box. I hope you enjoy the episode.
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Notes from the Show:
This episode is sponsored by Quilty Box.