|Date:||Friday, October 20, 2023|
|Time:||9:00 am - 4:00 pm|
In the Natural World, we have many shades of green. But when using plants as a source of Natural Dye Colors, the color green is very elusive. In the first part of this workshop, students will apply base colors to their samples. The second half of the workshop will focus on overdyeing with several traditional blues (including Indigo and Woad) to create a range of greens.
MASKS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS WORKSHOP
Prerequisite: Open to all levels
Skill Level Required: All levels welcome
Questions about the workshop? Email email@example.com
Note: Images are a representation of the workshop project.
This workshop is held in a heated tent. Your hands will be in and out of water throughout the session.
A material fee of $40 (cash or check) will be collected by the instructor. It includes all sample yarns, hand outs, dye materials, and use of equipment
Students must bring: rubber gloves (some will be provided), any note taking materials, wear clothing they do not mind getting dye on, and a mask (to protect you from dye particles).
We also suggest bringing a battery operated light should you need additional lighting.
NOTE: There is no onsite ATM on Thursday and Friday.
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|Flax: From the Garden to Finished Fiber||Spinning||10/21/2023||10:00 am - 5:00 pm||125.00||MORE INFO|
|It Isn't Easy Being Green - SOLD OUT||Dyeing||10/20/2023||9:00 am - 4:00 pm||125.00||MORE INFO|
Next Fest: October 21-22, 2023