Saturday, November 1, 2014
10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Mary Gavan hand dyes yarn amongst the red rocks of Northern Arizona. Her yarns are hand-dyed in very small batches; there are no dye lots. Each batch can vary considerably, so make sure to purchase enough yarn to complete your entire project.
Mary Gavan’s love of art began at a very early age. After majoring in fine arts at Arizona State University she found her passion; textiles, and began weaving – producing a line of decorative art for homes and commercial spaces. Her work was sold throughout the U.S. in art galleries and juried exhibitions. During this time Mary found a need for specific colors of yarn that were not readily available, and her dyeing career was born.