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Are you soy curious? Are you tired of well-intentioned online advice that doesn’t quite hit the mark? Is your fabric stiff? Smelly? In need of redemption? Well then, this book is for you! Within you’ll find just about any and everything you’ll ever need to know about using soymilk to improve the quality of your dyes and your life.

   Wrinkled and tired looking? Cured! Fading from UV exposure? Gone! Garments smelling like moldy blue cheese long forgotten in that dark corner of your fridge? Refreshed! This book covers it all.

   Why, I've even included a luxurious silk chirimen sample, hand-dyed in Japan, produced using natural dyes and soymilk, as an example of this long and splendid tradition.


   Pre-order now to ensure your place in soy heaven. It’s at the printer’s now and we expect to be able to mail out orders beginning May twenty-sixth. There has been a delay in production/freight. The new mailing date should begin June 24th.

But wait! That’s not all! Place your order by May thirtieth and receive a free copy of
A Collector's Guide to Japanese Textiles: INDIGO, a $22 value.

Salvation through Soy

  • Details

    St. Titus Press, second edition 2024, 8.5” x 11”, softcover, 72 pages. Covers everything you’ll need to know to  make soymilk a creative part of your textile life. A range of projects guide you through each concept presented, peppered with helpful tips and shortcuts.


  • Programs John Offers Related to This Topic

    I also conduct a full range of indigo, natural dye, and katazome paste resist programs via Zoom and in person. Be sure to check out my workshop page or sign up for my newsletter to be the first to find out!

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