AVLYST: Farging med planter
Å “konservere“ naturen og trylle frem de fineste fargene - dette er noe Anette gjør til daglig for hennes eget bæremerke “Wild Bloom“ .
Plantefarging er noe av det mest bærekraftige måte å farge på, og Anette synes det skulle bli brukt av mange flere til å for eksempel få nytt liv i gamle klær - den strikkede genseren fra tante som har fått noen små flekker eller yndlings buksen til storebror kan fort bli “ny“ til lillebror - dersom vet hvordan det skal gjøres!
Anette har opparbeidet seg mye erfaring og kunnskap og gleder seg til å vise bort noe av det! Hun skal vise oss hvordan matrester eller blomster og blader funnet i norsk natur kan gi flotte farger og hvordan vi kan lage enkle ting selv.
CANCELED: To dye wraps with plants
To “conserve” nature and magically bring forward the most beautiful colors - this is somethinG Anette do daily for her own wrap company “Wild Bloom”.
Dying with plants is the most sustainable way to dye and Anette wants more people to use this technique to give new life to old clothes - that knit sweater from your aunt that got some stains you can’t get out, or the older brothers favorite trousers can easily become a new pair for the younger brother, if you know how to do it.
Anette has gotten a lot of experience and knowledge and can’t wait to show you some of it. She will demonstrate how food scraps, flowers and leaves found in Norway can give you amazing colors and how to do it for yourself.
”As a mum, my biggest joy are my babies and I love cuddling them as much as I possibly can. I've been a flower lover since I was little, and all of my art is inspired by nature's beauty.
One day, I was walking through flower meadows and cuddling my baby in a ring sling - and the idea of Wild Bloom was born!
"Wild Bloom" comes from the fact that I have a Special Collection of Slings I dye by hand, using everything nature around me provides: flowers from my garden, from the forests or from summer meadow fields. Dried or frozen flowers, leaves from the Norwegian trees, barks, veggies, tea or even fruits.
This way every sling is unique, no one has the exact same shade as the other - but every single piece is made with great love... and it gets a Iittle dance by me :)”