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Theresa Hornstein

Duluth, MN
North House Folk School photo of instructor, Theresa Hornstein

Theresa has always been fascinated with color, fiber, and learning new things. She began experimenting with dyeing her own fibers for knitting, crocheting, and felting as a teenager. As a biologist and avid gardener, natural dyes became a logical area of research. She spends the week teaching biology, but on the weekends she likes to experiment with local materials as dye sources.

Current Courses Offered by Theresa Hornstein

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Teaser image for Pysanky--Ukranian-Style Eggs

Pysanky--Ukranian-Style Eggs

Pysanky (Ukrainian-style wax resist eggs) are a traditional folk art once practiced by families to celebrate the return of spring. The eggs have a rich historic background, and the designs found on the eggs are thousands of years old and can be found in artisanal work throughout Eastern and northeastern…
Sat, Mar 28th, 2020
Instructor: Theresa Hornstein

Past Courses Offered by Theresa Hornstein

Invasive Color: Using Invasive Species as Natural Dyes

Wool: The Full Experience