If you aren’t, then join in — the numbers don’t lie. No different hashtag in our industry has as a lot influence! You’re the first to see our fab new marketing campaign graphics for American Flowers Week 2017! Kelly Uhlig of Sunshine Farm on Whidbey Island, Washington, modeled the use botanical gown (see her within the picture above), and Anna Petersphotographed the creation at Vivian Larsen’s lovely Everyday Flowers farm in Stanwood, Washington. Thanks to everyone concerned, and particularly to the farmers and workers of the Seattle Wholesale Growers Marketplace for donating the freshest, most beautiful, domestically-grown elements for American Flowers Week.
In the approaching weeks, we’ll release extra pictures and background tales about how this gown came together. Suffice it to say, the lowly sunflower has been elevated to symbolize American Flowers Week. Get your Tickets Now! Future interviews with our other audio system and panelists are in the works! Look ahead to news about them quickly! SFJ: How and when did you first begin dyeing textiles and ribbons?
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The process was so satisfying – it reminded me somewhat of growing a photograph, in that the color changed as it dried, or of paintings (my past love). Then I just couldn’t stop playing with colors and attempting to determine what else I could use. I made Numerous errors, in fact – lots of horrid browns – but each time I happened across something new and lovely it felt like a personal discovery and that I nonetheless can’t get enough of it.
I love how a few of colors marble and seem to seize that moment in time, reasonably like a watercolor painting, and dealing with silk is simply very deeply satisfying to me. I like making something stunning by hand, wrapping it up like a gift and sending it off worldwide.
Saturday, May 20, 2-four p.m. Debra Prinzing will train two workshops geared towards DIY projects from the backyard, together with wearable floral crowns and succulent jewelry. More details and preregistration might be discovered right here. Thursday, June 22, 7-9 p.m. Phipps Conservatory welcomes a Slow Flowers workshop to its fashionable floral design certificate program. Debra Prinzing will present: “American Beauty: Slow Flowers, Seasonal Floral Design, and Eco-Friendly Techniques” The workshop consists of a brief lecture, followed by a demonstration and palms-on eco-design workshop. More particulars may be discovered right here. Debra will present “Blooming Beauty: Tips, Tricks, and ideas for the DIY Floral Designer.” More details might be found right here.
Sunday, August 6, 8:30-9:30 a.m. Conference Registration and more particulars right here. Wednesday, August 9, 6-eight p.m. Slow FLOWERS MEET-UP with Debra Prinzing, co-hosted by Rebecca De Oliveira of Blush and Bloom Flower School. Tuesday, September 12, 9-10 a.m. Debra Prinzing presents “Slow Flowers” as part of this fabulous 2-day symposium about edibles, ornamentals, and floral design. Details and registration right here.
The Slow Flowers story went to Des Moines, Iowa, in April, hosted by the Wonder of Words Festival on the downtown Des Moines Public Library. It was so fitting that I spoke about regionally-grown flowers and the Slow Flowers Movement on Earth Day! Special due to Meredith Corp., publishers of better Homes & Gardens, and Country Gardens, for sponsoring my presentation.