1. Skein2. Judith, Skein RI website3. Skein, Destiny4. Skein, Judith, Destiny and Fibershed 1. Skein Destiny and Judith have each been involved with textiles all their adult lives. Sweat equity partner Bernadette Zambrano has brought her unique talents of seed savings and liaison to the native American community to Reinhabitory Institute. 2. Judith, Skein RI website […]
SKEIN: Local Textiles
Skein involvement in feasibility of restoring flax-to-linen culture in U.S.
Slides from a presentation made by Destiny Kinal, Reinhabitory Institute at the August 2016 symposium titled Flax & Linen: Following the Thread from Past to Present August 20th-21st, 2016 at Historic Deerfield, in Deerfield, Massachusetts held by The New England Flax and Linen Study Group, in collaboration with Historic Deerfield.
RI Indigo Planting and Processing Collaboration
Fibershed‘s Craig wilkinson provided REINHABITORY Institute with indigo seedlings, germinated by Headstart and by Wilkinson, which RI has planted in collaboration with East Bay Waldorf School in El Sobrante CA. Gill tract community farm, collaborating with UCBerkeley, hasNurseried RI’s flat of homegrown indigo in their greenhouse, ready to plant. Fibershed’ Wilkinson expects to realize two harvests of […]
Skein is planting indigo, with the intention of being one of the participants in Fibershed’s indigo fermentation floor. Participants will take home the percent share of indigo dye they put into the fermentation in dried indigo. Kinal helped a group build the fermentation floor in Nicasio, CA in Marin County. [link to blog and photos of […]
“Ancestral Practices from the 19th Century: Fresh Ore for Reinhabiting Our Homelands Today” a recent article by Destiny Kinal
Fresh Orefor Reinhabiting Our Homelands Today (article by Destiny Kinal in PLANET DRUM coming soon) back cover of Planet Drum PULSE By Destiny Kinal