Hannah Regier’s fiber pieces showcase the incredible possibilities of natural dyes. With reverence, sensitivity and curiosity to learn each dye organism’s language, she wishes for the spirit and stories of the land to speak through her knits and wovens. She grows and forages all her dye materials and all the fiber is sourced and processed in New England. Dyeing techniques are crafted so that the fiber, dyes, and structure interact to express landscape, flow, tension and relationship. Hannah is a second generation professional craftsperson and small scale homesteader, and a multi-generation fiber worker; deeply rooted on land that has been used intensively for 250 years by people of European descent, and is the homeland of the Abenaki people.