Indigo Resist Dye workshop
“Made for the love of indigo.” That’s how I describe my work—and I do love it. The whole process is enchanting and you’ll love it too! We’ll start from a blank slate (AKA all-natural cotton napkins and tea towels in this case) and create a pattern with two different resist dyeing techniques. We’ll cover the basics of shibori (binding/folding/clamping) and rice paste resists in this three hour workshop.
All levels of experience are welcome—hand dyeing is a fun and curious process, so all you need is a willingness to experiment. All supplies for the workshop will be provided. Be sure to wear clothes you don’t mind getting dye on; I typically wear black or denim as it blends in.
You’ll leave with (samples shown here):
- 4 cotton napkins
- 1 cotton tea towel
- small sample of textile detergent and dye fixative to wash your items at home (just needed for the first wash; after that they will be safe to wash with your other colored items)
None on the books for now-- so many Spring & Summer events are keeping me busy, check out the events page to see where I'll be and check back to see about future workshops!
Check out the gallery below from past workshops!