19 August 2012

Symphony in green

Symphony in green by Of Spring and Summer
Symphony in green, a photo by Ingrid Henningsson/Of Spring and Summer on Flickr.
Vegetable dyed yarns from the 1930s that still has the labels saying what the yarn is dyed with. With the yarn some sweet chestnuts, elderflower berries and dried Echinops.
The platter and the weaving is also from the 1930s.
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Madelief said...

What a beautiful find Ingrid.

Madelief x

flowersandhome said...

Beautiful colourpalette!


Frances said...

Ingrid, isn't it wonderful that those vintage yarns have remained intact. I wonder if their natural dyes were originally more color-saturated or were always so beautifully muted.

You've created yet another charming vignette, with the balanced mix of shapes, colors, textures and details. What a pleasure it is to let my eye travel here!


Georgianna said...

These are really fabulous, Ingrid! Fascinating to see all the subtle differences in shade, to learn what was used for dyes and to see how well they look after many years.


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