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 Over fifty pieces of shibori-dyed fabric drying.

Over fifty pieces of shibori-dyed fabric drying.

 Bundles upon bundles ready to be shibori dyed.

Bundles upon bundles ready to be shibori dyed.

 110 lbs. of Thai Kozo ready to be used this year.

110 lbs. of Thai Kozo ready to be used this year.

 One of my finished sheets for the Printmakers Open Forum Sanctuary Print Exchange Colophon.

One of my finished sheets for the Printmakers Open Forum Sanctuary Print Exchange Colophon.

 Working on the paper for the Printmakers Open Forum Sanctuary Print Exchange Colophon.

Working on the paper for the Printmakers Open Forum Sanctuary Print Exchange Colophon.

 Working on the paper for the Printmakers Open Forum Sanctuary Print Exchange Colophon.

Working on the paper for the Printmakers Open Forum Sanctuary Print Exchange Colophon.

 My first harvest of Blue Flax.

My first harvest of Blue Flax.

 Love the advantages to using a deckle box when making paper, each sheet is unqiue and beautiful!

Love the advantages to using a deckle box when making paper, each sheet is unqiue and beautiful!

 Making paper using bleached iris fibers, pigmented kozo, and the house blend.

Making paper using bleached iris fibers, pigmented kozo, and the house blend.

 Handmade 18” x 24” Deckle Boxes.

Handmade 18” x 24” Deckle Boxes.

 Closeup of an eco-print.

Closeup of an eco-print.

 Eco-print on fabric. (Detail)

Eco-print on fabric. (Detail)

 Eco-printed scarf.

Eco-printed scarf.

 Paper sculptures using handmade plant paper.

Paper sculptures using handmade plant paper.

 Handmade kozo paper dip-dyed in indigo.

Handmade kozo paper dip-dyed in indigo.

 Sheets of pigmented blue "garbage" pulp made from cotton, abaca, gampi, kozo, and flax.

Sheets of pigmented blue "garbage" pulp made from cotton, abaca, gampi, kozo, and flax.

 Making paper from pigmented blue "garbage" pulp made from cotton, abaca, gampi, kozo, and flax.

Making paper from pigmented blue "garbage" pulp made from cotton, abaca, gampi, kozo, and flax.

 Critter Beater in my home studio with a batch of pulp beating.

Critter Beater in my home studio with a batch of pulp beating.

 Beautiful Iris and Abaca paper.

Beautiful Iris and Abaca paper.

 Paper from Iris and Abaca.

Paper from Iris and Abaca.

 Making a batch of paper using iris and naturally dyed abaca.

Making a batch of paper using iris and naturally dyed abaca.

 Checking the iris fibers in my Critter Beater.

Checking the iris fibers in my Critter Beater.

 Teaching my cousin how to marble paper.

Teaching my cousin how to marble paper.

 Making a batch of paper using “garbage” pulp.

Making a batch of paper using “garbage” pulp.

 Prepping signatures for bookbinding.

Prepping signatures for bookbinding.

 How else would you dry a 4’ x 6’ sheet of handmade paper when the weather isn’t cooperating?

How else would you dry a 4’ x 6’ sheet of handmade paper when the weather isn’t cooperating?

 Variety of handmade Gampi paper.

Variety of handmade Gampi paper.

 Handmade Gampi paper with botanical inclusions.

Handmade Gampi paper with botanical inclusions.

 Three kinds of paper made from Milkweed.

Three kinds of paper made from Milkweed.

 Making Milkweed paper at The Morgan Conservatory.

Making Milkweed paper at The Morgan Conservatory.

 Using the Valley Beater at The Morgan.

Using the Valley Beater at The Morgan.

 Hand beating Milkweed bast fibers.

Hand beating Milkweed bast fibers.

 Back before I converted a bedroom in the house into my studio space I had to make paper outside.

Back before I converted a bedroom in the house into my studio space I had to make paper outside.

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 Over fifty pieces of shibori-dyed fabric drying.
 Bundles upon bundles ready to be shibori dyed.
 110 lbs. of Thai Kozo ready to be used this year.
 One of my finished sheets for the Printmakers Open Forum Sanctuary Print Exchange Colophon.
 Working on the paper for the Printmakers Open Forum Sanctuary Print Exchange Colophon.
 Working on the paper for the Printmakers Open Forum Sanctuary Print Exchange Colophon.
 My first harvest of Blue Flax.
 Love the advantages to using a deckle box when making paper, each sheet is unqiue and beautiful!
 Making paper using bleached iris fibers, pigmented kozo, and the house blend.
 Handmade 18” x 24” Deckle Boxes.
 Closeup of an eco-print.
 Eco-print on fabric. (Detail)
 Eco-printed scarf.
 Paper sculptures using handmade plant paper.
 Handmade kozo paper dip-dyed in indigo.
 Sheets of pigmented blue "garbage" pulp made from cotton, abaca, gampi, kozo, and flax.
 Making paper from pigmented blue "garbage" pulp made from cotton, abaca, gampi, kozo, and flax.
 Critter Beater in my home studio with a batch of pulp beating.
 Beautiful Iris and Abaca paper.
 Paper from Iris and Abaca.
 Making a batch of paper using iris and naturally dyed abaca.
 Checking the iris fibers in my Critter Beater.
 Teaching my cousin how to marble paper.
 Making a batch of paper using “garbage” pulp.
 Prepping signatures for bookbinding.
 How else would you dry a 4’ x 6’ sheet of handmade paper when the weather isn’t cooperating?
 Variety of handmade Gampi paper.
 Handmade Gampi paper with botanical inclusions.
 Three kinds of paper made from Milkweed.
 Making Milkweed paper at The Morgan Conservatory.
 Using the Valley Beater at The Morgan.
 Hand beating Milkweed bast fibers.
 Back before I converted a bedroom in the house into my studio space I had to make paper outside.

Over fifty pieces of shibori-dyed fabric drying.

Bundles upon bundles ready to be shibori dyed.

110 lbs. of Thai Kozo ready to be used this year.

One of my finished sheets for the Printmakers Open Forum Sanctuary Print Exchange Colophon.

Working on the paper for the Printmakers Open Forum Sanctuary Print Exchange Colophon.

Working on the paper for the Printmakers Open Forum Sanctuary Print Exchange Colophon.

My first harvest of Blue Flax.

Love the advantages to using a deckle box when making paper, each sheet is unqiue and beautiful!

Making paper using bleached iris fibers, pigmented kozo, and the house blend.

Handmade 18” x 24” Deckle Boxes.

Closeup of an eco-print.

Eco-print on fabric. (Detail)

Eco-printed scarf.

Paper sculptures using handmade plant paper.

Handmade kozo paper dip-dyed in indigo.

Sheets of pigmented blue "garbage" pulp made from cotton, abaca, gampi, kozo, and flax.

Making paper from pigmented blue "garbage" pulp made from cotton, abaca, gampi, kozo, and flax.

Critter Beater in my home studio with a batch of pulp beating.

Beautiful Iris and Abaca paper.

Paper from Iris and Abaca.

Making a batch of paper using iris and naturally dyed abaca.

Checking the iris fibers in my Critter Beater.

Teaching my cousin how to marble paper.

Making a batch of paper using “garbage” pulp.

Prepping signatures for bookbinding.

How else would you dry a 4’ x 6’ sheet of handmade paper when the weather isn’t cooperating?

Variety of handmade Gampi paper.

Handmade Gampi paper with botanical inclusions.

Three kinds of paper made from Milkweed.

Making Milkweed paper at The Morgan Conservatory.

Using the Valley Beater at The Morgan.

Hand beating Milkweed bast fibers.

Back before I converted a bedroom in the house into my studio space I had to make paper outside.

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