The earliest evidence of natural dyeing has been dated to 2600 BC. Each country or continent used wild, cultivated or mined resources to create patterns, techniques and color palettes. The use of dyes has often been intertwined with the company's structure, with specific colors or patterns.
We learned the basic techniques of dyeing at a workshop and continue to learn through days.
The colors of the hand-dyed wools that Genna tricot store offers are created by Julie in our workshops.
Let yourself be tempted by our merino wool and nylon, both for a pair of socks, a shawl project or any other project.
Hand-dyed wool companies come to decorate our inventory:
Well known companies such as: Loghouse cottage, Ravenswoodfibers, Zen garden yarn.