Formerly, Lady BIM Inc., we now have a new name, new studio space, and have relocated to Colorado from California. Lots of changes in the last year, but our philosophy remains the same:

We remain a sustainable and eco-centric studio working with organic and natural fibers like bamboo and hemp. We are inspired by how the natural world changes seasonally and customize our palettes and fibers based on those changes.

Our studio and dye lab are a place to gather, share knowledge and to collaborate on creative endeavors. We host knowledge and technique-building workshops taught by our staff as well as visiting artists. You can apply that all that you learn in our co-working dye lab on our 4-yard print table as well as hourly and daily rentals of the space. We create custom yardage and products so feel free to contact us directly with any or all your ideas! 

Our studio is focused on becoming an integral part of the growing fiber and textile community in Colorado, we look forward to having our studio filled with wonderful artists and creations! 

Susan Haldeman has been involved in the arts industry in various ways for 28 years and counting. She values color, design, versatility and sustainability in her work and brings all those elements into New Hue Textile Design. 

Susan Haldeman has been involved in the arts industry in various ways for 28 years and counting. She values color, design, versatility and sustainability in her work and brings all those elements into New Hue Textile Design. 

Tess Murdoch graduated with a degree in drawing and painting from Laguna College of Art + Design & has a background in textiles from the Rhode Island School of Design. Tess has lived all over the country studying the arts. She brings to New Hue original designs inspired by the changing world around her.

Tess Murdoch graduated with a degree in drawing and painting from Laguna College of Art + Design & has a background in textiles from the Rhode Island School of Design. Tess has lived all over the country studying the arts. She brings to New Hue original designs inspired by the changing world around her.

Celia Palmer graduated from Colorado College with a degree in sociology, but stayed in Colorado Springs to explore her love of all things textiles and fiber arts. After meeting Susan and Tess by chance in a local yarn shop, Celia now works for New Hue helping with prototype design, production and marketing.   

Celia Palmer graduated from Colorado College with a degree in sociology, but stayed in Colorado Springs to explore her love of all things textiles and fiber arts. After meeting Susan and Tess by chance in a local yarn shop, Celia now works for New Hue helping with prototype design, production and marketing. 

 

 
Everything we create is made with true passion, love and goodness...our hope is that all of our products bring a bit of happiness and beauty to you and yours.
— Susan Haldeman