Featured Artist : Keely Angel

Artist Bio / Statement

My name is Keely Angel and I am the founder and designer of Collective Hand, a textile studio specializing in natural dyes. The fabric that I dye in small batches is sewn into a number of self-care goods, apparel, and decorative pillows. Most recently I've been using my scrap fabric and learning how to quilt! I am deeply inspired by the colors of the natural world, and the presence and patience that is required to use natural dyes. I am inspired to create products that are made with care, considering the sustainability of the manufacturing process and that will hopefully bring the customer joy. One thing that I would encourage artists (we are all artists!) to remember is that making "mistakes" is how we grow- so focus on experimentation, and the pleasure of learning a craft.

I've been using Dharma fabrics for many years, along with mordants, raw natural dyes, and extracts (indigo, madder, osage, alkanet, cochineal).

Contact Info

Collective Hand

Email: keely@collectivehand.co

Website: https://collectivehand.co/

Instagram: @collectivehand

Etsy: Collective Hand

Facebook: Collective Hand

Dharma Products Used

Natural Dyes (from plants and insects)
Natural Dyes and Supplies
Mordants, Color Changers and other Assists

Customer Comments

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Phone: (800) 542-5227

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Example: adding 4 each of 3 different T-shirts in any sizes will give you the 12+ price on all 12 shirts.

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