BLUEREDYELLOW is a design and natural dye house producing comfortable, chemical free textiles since 2010. It was started by Elissa Meyers(right) and Mira Adornetto(left) through The Corzo Center for the Creative Economy. Currently, we have been working with businesses as an alternative dye service and do piece dyeing as well as dyeing by the yard. With our products, we source our organic cotton fabric as local as possible, and utilize several dyes, some of which we have grown and harvested (Philadelphia, PA). We try to be as environmentally friendly as possible. Besides our textiles, we sell exhausted dye material in our Apothecary necklaces, natural perfume oils reminiscent of our soil and also teach workshops. Feel free to contact us with interest. Also, please do not hesitate to ask us questions! We intend to be completely open about our process and the origins of our products. We believe that our customers have every right to know each step that goes into creating the product they have respectively invested in.

Of course we are grateful for all of our friends, family and investors for supporting this endeavor!



The New York Times: Colors of the Caldron

FastCompany: Karen Randal Refashions Philadelphia’s Urban Factories

GridPhilly: Dye, Dye, My Darling: Safe, natural dyes grown in West Philadelphia garden

GridPhilly: Earth-Inspired Art: Art in the Age presents SUSTAINING SPRING

GridPhilly: Philly Stake: Benefit Dinner Honors Innovative Ideas

GridPhilly: Dress Local: October 2010

The Empowerment Group

The Corzo Center for the Creative Economy

Philadelphia Weekly: BLUEREDYELLOW Natural Dye House: What’s old is new

Philly.com: Dye your heart out with BLUEREDYELLOW

Art in the Age: Workshop

Flying Kite Media: Sunday best put to the test: designers breathe new life into old industry

Nativen Stories: Elissa Meyers and Mira Adornetto, BLUEREDYELLOW

The Philadelphia Inquirer: Dyeing for Natural Fabric