Natural Dyeing With Food Scraps - Organic Tie Dye Class - Thursday October 28th 6-8pm EST
Avocado pits and peels, edible flowers, onion skins, nut shells, all a few dye stuffs we will explore transforming into dye. Learn how to set up your own home dye kitchen, create a hot extraction bath and turn seemingly discardable parts of your food into liquid gold. We will cover mordanting, making your fabric ready to take the dyes, changing the color of your dye bath with household ingredients and more.
We will explore Origami Tye - Dye Techniques on Tee shirts along with squares of fabric you can use as napkins, reusable gift wrap and whatever you desire.
Class is online via zoom, you will receive the link two days before class. If you can't make it, no worries, you can be sent the recording for up to 30 days post the class.
If the price is cost prohibitive, please reach out! We are happy to accommodate.
Natural Dyeing with pH Modifiers Class
1134 President Street 2 - 5pm.
Join me for an afternoon surrounded by floral installations at High A Field. We will experiment with creating bundle dyes with both raw natural pigment along with working with tannins, pH modifiers and more.
You will create your own mini swatch book of double gauze cotton and ahimsa peace silk and be able to dye a 16" x 16" hemmed ahimsa scarf to take home.
The class is approximately three hours long with light snacks and refreshments provided.
Two scholarship places available. Please email if interested!