Episode 103: Researching Natural Dyes For The Next Generation of Fashion Professionals with Kelsie Doty

This week on the podcast LaChaun is speaking with Kelsie Doty. Kelsie is a Ph.D. Candidate at Cornell University and faculty at Kansas State University. Kelsie’s work aims to teach the next generation of fashion professionals about design and sustainability through scientific research and experimentation of natural dyes for the commercial market. In their conversation, they talk about how Kelsie's personal background has influenced her design aesthetic and natural dye practice. Comment below to keep the conversation going! 

Kelsie Doty

Kelsie Doty

Kelsie Doty

Kelsie Doty

Kelsie Doty

Kelsie Doty

Kelsie Doty

Kelsie Doty

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2 Responses

LaChaun
LaChaun

April 17, 2020

@carrie

Sounds amazing! I would imagine the natural fibers take beautifully to the cotton fibers, Thanks for sharing!

Carrie Gordon
Carrie Gordon

April 06, 2020

LaChaun – Excellent interview of Kelsie Doty!! Loved hearing about the natural dyes. FYI … The GIST 8/2 natural cotton yarn dyed well with onion skins, walnut hulls and turmeric. Thank you!!

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