Have you ever wanted to explore the beauty natural indigo? In this small group workshop, you will create a sustainable piece for your summer wardrobe. Find the freedom to create an indigo and patterned textile that you will cherish for all time. After traveling to Kyoto, Japan and Aritmatsu, the birthplace of Shibori textiles, I share with you a peek into that journey to learn about the origins of Japanese indigo and shibori techniques. I will teach you 3 popular techniques, Arashi, Itajime and Kumo shibori, as we explore simple binds, ties, and folds. You will choose between dyeing a scarf or a linen box top. With an option to up-cycle 1 small piece of your own choosing that you bring in. Bandana blanks will be available to purchase. Advance registration is encouraged as I get many requests and this workshop is expected to sell out.
About the Artist:
Date: Sunday, July 10, 2022
These Hands Maker's Collective
13347 W. Washington Blvd., Unit A
Los Angeles, CA 90066
We are following the CDC guidelines and updating our policies regularly. At this point in time, proof of complete vaccination is required prior to entry. The workshop will be held indoors and you are encouraged to wear a mask. If you are having any symptoms prior to the workshop, please stay home and you will be credited for the class. Hand sanitizer will be provided.
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