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Discover my unique

handprinted collections: silk scarves,

silk clothes, home textiles etc.

to add more beauty and poetry

to your everyday life


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I create and print uniques textiles for your home in my workshop: table runners, panels, clothing and silk scarves, all inspired by the poetry of nature. 
I invite you to reconnect with beauty, poetic, nature and the magic of life!




Do you need an original and unique gift? A textile work to add more poetry to your home or a piece of clothing/scarf for you?

I invite you to discover my online store or contact me to visit my workshop near Toulouse.

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​Silk clothing

I create unique tunics and dresses We are all unique! 


Silk scarves

My scarves are dyed with eco-dye or indigo and hand printed

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My linen kakemonos

To create more poetry in your home! It's one of my "best sellers"! 

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Cushions, table runners etc.

I personalize cushions, table runners etc. for you. that I print in my workshop

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Tunic with eco-print

Silk tunics where the leaves have left their poetic imprints...


Indigo cushions

My cushions are inspired by nature. I can customize sizes for you.

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Hand dyed and printed silk scarves

Available in several colors


Silk dresses


Very soft to wear and completely unique! 


In the creation of my works on fabrics, I use natural dyes from plants:  indigo, pastel, madder to create the desired colours for my collections.
I love the magic of the vegetable dye process, especially indigo dye and pastel! 
I often use the “tie and dye” or “shibori” technique, to create artistic shapes rich in nuances and surprises.
I create collections of tunics and dresses with this natural fabric dyeing technique using the “tie and dye” technique so pretty for summer.
The Occitanie region was well known in the 17th century for the profession of pastel dyer, which at the time brought wealth to Toulouse.
The Société Terre de Pastel is now giving new life to this magnificent tinting pigment that is pastel and I had the pleasure of creating for them, with this vegetable dye, patterns for their textile collection (table runners, cushions, bags etc.)
In the process of dyeing Indigo, the fabric that I take out of a dark blue color tank, is at first a little yellowish but turns into green and blue with the oxidations in contact with air.
The dyeing process begins with the preparation of the fibres.
Vegetable textile fibres like cotton and linen need to be mordanted before dyeing. The fibres are opened to fix the colour better and they must be rinsed with water.
The dyeing of vegetable fabrics such as silk and wool is done without mordanting.
For dyeing by decoction, after mordanting, a dye bath should be prepared by placing the plants in cold water and heating everything until the dye bath boils for about one to two hours.
Afterwards, the fabric must be soaked in the tank for about an hour before rinsing the fibre with cold water. The drying of the fabric is often done in the shade.
By leaving the textile fibres soaked for longer or longer in the tank, I can have the desired shade and lighter or darker shades.
To avoid dyeing clothes with chemicals, even the major Haute Couture brands are now turning to natural fabric dyes. This is the trend! We must stop polluting our daily lives with chemicals!
The natural hues of vegetable dyes are so beautiful. Natural pigments connect us with our magnificent nature, which shares its riches with us.
In the “eco-dying” process, which is also a magic textile dyeing technique, where I use leaves rolled up in the fabric as a colouring material.   With their tannin, they send us their poetic messages.
The leaves do not need to be dried and contain more dye when fresh.
Today, using natural dye to colour fabrics is also an excellent way to give new life to your old sheets, tablecloths and clothes and why not also ennoble your interior furnishings?
I will happily share my natural dyeing techniques with you because we are all creators!
I use fabric dye to make my own collections and I coloured my collection this summer with Indigo to make pretty tie-dye tunics and dresses.

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