MADDER DYING AT THE V & A
A0's mineral fabric in Etruscan madder woven with their partner Gainsborough using naturally dyed weft and recycled warp. AO Textiles from London create innovative and contemporary textiles with sustainability at the heart of all designs. Drop in during The London Design Festival in September at the Victoria and Albert Museum to explore their practice through a series of demonstrations using natural dyes, hand marbling, block printing and couture embroidery. Led by Emma D’Arcey, Penny Walsh & Karen Spurgin from AO Textiles.

MADDER DYING AT THE V & A
A0's mineral fabric in Etruscan madder woven with their partner Gainsborough using naturally dyed weft and recycled warp. AO Textiles from London create innovative and contemporary textiles with sustainability at the heart of all designs. Drop in during The London Design Festival in September at the Victoria and Albert Museum to explore their practice through a series of demonstrations using natural dyes, hand marbling, block printing and couture embroidery. Led by Emma D’Arcey, Penny Walsh & Karen Spurgin from AO Textiles.

MADDER DYING AT THE V & A
A0's mineral fabric in Etruscan madder woven with their partner Gainsborough using naturally dyed weft and recycled warp. AO Textiles from London create innovative and contemporary textiles with sustainability at the heart of all designs. Drop in during The London Design Festival in September at the Victoria and Albert Museum to explore their practice through a series of demonstrations using natural dyes, hand marbling, block printing and couture embroidery. Led by Emma D’Arcey, Penny Walsh & Karen Spurgin from AO Textiles.

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