Get ready to get blue!
In this hands-on workshop you will learn the basics of shibori-inspired folding and binding techniques to create beautiful patterns on fabric with indigo dye. We’ll discuss setting up the vat and spend time preparing our materials for dyeing. By the end of class, we will finish the dye process and you will be amazed as the stunning one-of-a-kind patterns are unfolded and revealed!
A 13” square cotton tea towel and a tote bag will be provided for dyeing and other dyeable items, such as infinity scarves, throw pillowcases, bags, and face masks, will be available for purchase. You may bring one small item of your own to dye, which must be of a natural fiber such as cotton or silk. No large items like bed sheets or fabric yardage.
There could be some drips, so wearing clothes that you wouldn’t mind getting stained is encouraged!
This workshop is open to ages 10 and over.
Note: If a date is sold out, join the waitlist to be contacted when a spot opens up.
Liz Wright, the founder and Chief Creative Lady of Assembly, is a multi-disciplinary maker with an extensive history of creative projects and pursuits. She considers herself a lifelong learner and enjoys the challenges and thrills of learning a new skill and supporting others to do the same.