Sheltering In Projects


After a dye bath of a few minutes, the linen fabric dries on a clothes line. Tie-dye technique used on this section.
This section was folded in quarters between two pieces of plexiglas.
The front two five gallon buckets contain rinse water while the back two have indigo dye. Tight fitting rubber gloves are required if you don’t want blue hands.

The driveway has become ground zero this week for our fabric dye factory.

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My labels: grandfather, father, veteran, writer, poet, photographer and dreamer in pursuit of the meaning of life. Getting close, although I'm running out of time--probably why I'm so close.

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