August 22 | *Virtual* Shibori Stitch Resist Indigo Dyeing Workshop
Join us online for a Shibori Stitch Resist Indigo Dyeing Workshop!
Shibori Stitch Resist is an ancient Japanese art form dating back to the 8th century. The fabric is tied, bound, folded, or twisted in various ways to create a resist so that the indigo dye will only penetrate certain parts of the material, leaving behind a beautiful pattern.
We will go over how to use the stitch resist technique to create unique patterns and dye three cotton tea towels.
During this workshop, you will learn how to :
- Stitch resist fabric
- Indigo dye fabric
- Care for your items
By the end of the workshop, you’ll create three stitch resist indigo dyed tea towels. In the future, you’ll have the skills to dye and create patterns on any natural cloth items.
August 22, 2020
JOIN US LIVE at the date and time above or WATCH THE RECORDING that you will receive within 24 hours of class time, whenever is best for you!
Online (Zoom link will be emailed to you at least one hour before the listed start time)
Pay what you can per person to participate (with your own supplies)
$40 for supply kit (pick up curbside in Tucson or choose to have supplies shipped for additional $5)
*If you choose to have supplies shipped within 7 days of the workshop date you may not receive them by workshop date therefore, you will need to watch the workshop recording.*
- Three 100% cotton tea towels
- Three skeins of embroidery thread (any color)
- One embroidery needle
- One indigo dye kit
- One 5 gallon bucket with lid (not included in supply kit)
- 4 gallons of water (not included in supply kit)
- Gloves (not included in supply kit)
- One large stirring stick (not included in supply kit)
- Drop cloth (not included in supply kit)
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