Autumn Issue 2017
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Contents of the Autumn issue ’17:
Cork: Much More Than a Stopper
Ceramic Patchwork: A Textile Process in a Ceramic Form
My Lidded Vessels Made of Vintage and Antique Japanese Kanzashi
Experiences with Natural Colours and Local Fibres
Silicon Valley Tech Executive Becomes Dyestuff Trader
Natural Dyeing on an Industrial Scale
e-Learning Natural Dyes: New Technologies Meet Tradition
From Vineyard to Painting: Maurizia Gentili Tells Us of Her Art
Goodbye to Waste: New Materials for Ecological Building Construction
The Ethical Fashion of ZARAMIA AVA
From Japan to Italy, and Vice Versa!
Iceland Through Design
Mini Late-Summer Soufflés With Tomato Foam
The Dye Garden: Peaceful Learning in a Busy Metropolis
Feltrosa, an Event that Promotes an Ancient Art
Artesanias Rosas T’ika: Reclaiming Typical Natural Dyes of the Charca People
Aspirations of a FairKind Business: Can Ethics Be Good for Business?
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