Brixton Department Store – Bluehanded / What Marie Likes

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Bluehanded and What Marie Likes Pop Up joined Designer Events at The Brixton Department Store. Bluehanded is all about ethical and sustainable alternatives to mass produced textiles.  Our indigo cloth is printed using the ancient resist paste ‘katazome’ or ‘Lanyinhuabu’ … Continued

SDC Event on sustainability

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  SDC London Region Event on Sustainability in Fashion and Textiles: https://sdc.org.uk/event/sustainability-in-fashion-and-textiles-sdc-london-region/ Bluehanded and Jugu www.jugu.co.uk/ participated in a sustainability discussion at the London College of Fashion. Invited by Fiona White @patterntextilesstudio www.fionawhitedesign.com We joined speakers AO Textiles, http://www.aotextiles.com/  Hewitt Heritage Fabrics http://heritagefabrics.co.uk/ & Post Carbon … Continued

IN CELEBRATION OF INDIGO

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Telescope Style now featuring Bluehanded indigo accessories. Telescope Style is a new online platform of curated edit of unexpected, smart & elegant home wares & lifestyle finds fuses globally style with modern living. In celebration of Chinese New Year this … Continued

Oriental Rug and Textile Society talk on Lan Yin Hua Bu by John Abbate

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Bluehanded Textile Society talk on Lan Yin Hua Bu BLUEHANDED’s ancient cultural heritage of hand-printed fabrics have a rich history and exciting contemporary future. Artisanal traditions of naturally dyed indigo ‘Lan Yin Hua Bu’ textiles are used for interior decor … Continued

Artist collaboration bluehanded pattern design Coffee Tea or Me

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Artist Alex McKenzie artist collaboration textile pattern design Alex McKenzie artist collaboration with Bluehanded to create a very east London design made using the ancient artisanal natural indigo dyed fabrics. This pattern is made for bedroom interior decoration so it … Continued

The 6 steps of artisanal indigo fabric

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artisanal natural indigo fabric processThe artisanal production process of BLUEHANDED’s indigo dyes fabric mainly includes following steps: Making master template. Draw or print the required pattern on craft paper, cut out the part of the design that will not be … Continued