Blue: An Indigo Workshop
Saturday, January 26, 2019 10 am - 4 pm,
Indigo has been used as a dye all over the world for centuries. It’s no surprise that the mysteries and magic of indigo have held a special fascination for dyers, no matter their level of experience. Come spend time “playing” with indigo and learn more about the principles of Shibori. Through various methods of folding and clamping, binding and stitching, you can create your own unique textiles. Beginners welcome!
Cost: 125.00 Includes one silk scarf
Bring a variety of natural fabrics, clothing and/or wool, spun or unspun to experiment with. Silk scarves and 100% cotton infinity scarves suitable for dying will be available for $15 each.
There will be instruction in the morning and then time to play! It's a great time and space to do "messy" indigo dyeing.
Please wear clothing that you don’t mind getting dirty. Bring a bag lunch - teas and coffee will be provided.