Lisa Reddings spent 20 years training and working as a textile designer from Brighton to Italy to New York and then back to London.
She became fascinated by traditional dyeing techniques and began to learn and experiment with the old Japanese art of shibori, a resist dyeing process of pattern making. Indigo has a fascinating history and is as equally fascinating to use. The colour magically appears once the fabric leaves the dye pot and is exposed to air.
Indigowares uses this technique to make sustainable, hand-dyed indigo. Up-cycled, repurposed textiles with a story.