Shibori Indigo Dye

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Shibori Indigo Dye

100.00

Sunday, July 29th

2 PM - 4PM

Milston Well Farm


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SHIBORI INDIGO DYE:

Delicious food. Hand-crafted cocktails. Dying fabric with plants. Good people. Beautiful farm. And the mountains in the background. What could actually be better? It's a dream Sunday situation, right? Yeah, we think so too.  

This course is all about learning how to use indigo dye to create beautiful (and practical!) pieces of art. You will learn the history behind the art of Shibori, different methods to creating artistic patterns, and dye natural fiber goods in a plant derived indigo vat.

We will each dye a Turkish hand towel and a neck scarf.  Each student is also encouraged to bring their own goods to dye, but please limit the number to 2 items, and please avoid bulky pieces (towels, linens, bedding etc.), as vat space and time are limited.  Cellulose fibers (cotton, linen, rayon, ramie) accept the color the best.

 

Each student will receive: 

  • All materials to dye

  • Turkish Towel 

  • Neck Scarf

  • Ink & Root Indigo Dye Instructional Guide

  • Hand-crafted cocktails

  • Yummy Eats

  • Memories for a life time ;)