Author Archives: Lynn Hunter

About Lynn Hunter

Lynn Hunter has been working in textiles and instructing at the Textile Arts Center since she returned to NYC after a long stint exploring Europe & Asia in 2013. Outside of TAC, Lynn splits her time between creatively directing at Heirloom, an antique rug company and exploring her erotic rope project Tight Rope.

Go on an Adventure! Dyeing with Found Rusty Objects

As a summer baby, I’ve found the weather these past few weeks has been oh so delicious. Summer was really quite a long time coming this year, but alas! The time has come to go on adventures; as many as

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Go on an Adventure! Dyeing with Found Rusty Objects

As a summer baby, I’ve found the weather these past few weeks has been oh so delicious. Summer was really quite a long time coming this year, but alas! The time has come to go on adventures; as many as

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Everyman’s Eternal Dance, A Modern Tutorial: The People’s Quilt!

With this month’s theme of Labor, Blair and I really thought hard on how to apply such a broad and important concept to the Modern Textile Movement. Something I personally appreciate about working in Textile Arts, is being surrounded by super

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Everyman’s Eternal Dance, A Modern Tutorial: The People’s Quilt!

With this month’s theme of Labor, Blair and I really thought hard on how to apply such a broad and important concept to the Modern Textile Movement. Something I personally appreciate about working in Textile Arts, is being surrounded by super

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Tutorial: Dying with Black Tea

Being in the Textile Arts Center studio here in Brooklyn is super inspiring….especially the natural dying section. I have nervously dabbled a bit in this area, but for me, it’s always best to start with something simple that I can

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Tutorial: Dying with Black Tea

Being in the Textile Arts Center studio here in Brooklyn is super inspiring….especially the natural dying section. I have nervously dabbled a bit in this area, but for me, it’s always best to start with something simple that I can

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Marbled Hankies: Add Some Psychadelic Flavor to Your Pocket Rag!

This winter has surely been one for the books and our hankies have definitely gotten their fair share of use. So much so in fact that we could probably use a few more! And why not make our own special

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Marbled Hankies: Add Some Psychadelic Flavor to Your Pocket Rag!

This winter has surely been one for the books and our hankies have definitely gotten their fair share of use. So much so in fact that we could probably use a few more! And why not make our own special

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Katazome: Shibori’s More Graphic Sister

Ever heard of Katazome? It’s an ancient Japanese dying technique that uses stencils and a simple resist of rice flour and water to create beautiful graphic imagery. .     You can learn this incredible technique during a Weekend Intensive class

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Katazome: Shibori’s More Graphic Sister

Ever heard of Katazome? It’s an ancient Japanese dying technique that uses stencils and a simple resist of rice flour and water to create beautiful graphic imagery. .     You can learn this incredible technique during a Weekend Intensive class

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