/blogs/podcast/episode-60-natural-dying-in-budapest-with-sara-hajgato

Episode 60: Natural Dyeing in Budapest with Sara Hajgato

by LaChaun Moore

This week on the podcast, LaChaun is speaking with Sara Hajgato. Sara is a Hungarian natural dyer and small scale grower based in Budapest, Hungary. Over the past year she has been collaborating with a rural eco-community to grow dye plants and run small-scale experiments, in which she re-purposes vintage garments with natural dyes. Comment below to keep the conversation going! 

Sara Hajgato
Sara Hajgato
Sara Hajgato
Sara Hajgato
Sara Hajgato
Sara Hajgato
Sara Hajgato


Creative Commons License

The music for this podcast  is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. The musical section is an excerpt of the original: The Beauty of Maths by Meydän.


Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.


Also in Weave Podcast

Episode 143: Making a Life with Melanie Falick
Episode 143: Making a Life with Melanie Falick

by LaChaun Moore

In this weeks episode LaChaun speaks with author and maker Melanie Falick. Melanie traveled across continents to meet quilters and potters, weavers and painters, metalsmiths, printmakers, woodworkers, and more, all to uncover truths that have been speaking to us for millennia yet feel urgently relevant today.
Episode 142: Traditions in Cloth with Melvenea Hodges
Episode 142: Traditions in Cloth with Melvenea Hodges

by LaChaun Moore

In this week's episode, LaChaun speaks with Melvenea Hodges. Melvenea creates clothing and accessories using traditional techniques such as block printing, sewing, weaving, spinning, knitting, crocheting, and embroidery. On a small scale, Melvenea grows processes and spins naturally colored cotton that she weaves with. 
Episode 141: Teaching and Designing Tapestry Weaving with Tommye Scanlin
Episode 141: Teaching and Designing Tapestry Weaving with Tommye Scanlin

by LaChaun Moore

Tommye Scanlin is a well-known tapestry weaver, tapestry teacher, and the author of The Nature of Things: Essays of a Tapestry Weaver, as well as her newest book, Tapestry Design Basics and Beyond.