Step into the world of collaborative art, natural textiles, plants, botanicals and slow fashion with owner entrepreneur and artist Megan Borukhovsky of Sister Nettle. As a mother and artist living in the hills of Tennessee, Megan’s work centers around natural textiles using botanicals, creating slow fashion with a “collaboration over competition” mindset. Sister Nettle strives to offer products that are fulfilling to both the makers and the recipients, creating a beautiful and reciprocal relationship that honors all of the women a part of the process. A community minded business woman, Megan discovered block printing and natural dyeing as an accessible, inclusive and sustainable art form. After a time living off grid as a homesteader, Megan found herself called to a return back to self and to the natural world and continues to embrace the values of slow living in her life and her work. Valuing her fellow artists and makers, Megan believes in sourcing from people who feel valued and called to the work that they do. The end product results in a beautifully slow garment that is created from a place of passion and positivity that sustains both planet and people.
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- Natural Textiles
- Slow Fashion
- Local Sourcing
- Women Artisans and Makers
- Stinging Nettle
- Oeko-tex Linen
- Sunchaser Retreats, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Our Wild Farming Life Pre-Order and Author Meet and Greet
- Cinnamon Ginger Oat Cookie Recipe inside The ALMANAC
- The ALMANAC Online Community Membership
- Sister Nettle
- TS Designs Solid State Clothing
- Connect with Megan at sisternettle.com
- Instagram @sister.nettle
- Our Website
- @weareladyfarmer on Instagram
Original music by John Kingsley @jkingsley1026
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