Erin Considine Hand-Dyes Her Fiber Jewelry With Wildcrafted Pigments

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Forgive us for gushing, but to say that Erin Considine’s jewelry takes our breath away is an egregious understatement. The Brooklyn designer braids, crochets, and twines ethically sourced cotton and silk fibers before dip-dyeing them in plant-based pigments (turmeric, logwood, hibiscus, onion skins) to create dramatic ombré highlights. Paired with recycled brass and copper hardware, Considine’s pieces juxtapose the industrial with the organic to brilliant effect.

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