Naturally Dyed Clutch bag with Sashiko Embroidery
Join us August 11th and learn to create your own custom embroidered clutch bag!
In this workshop, you will learn to naturally dye upholstery weight cotton using color extracted from plants then embroider it to create a unique handmade clutch.
You will learn the basics of natural dyeing and embroidery, Including basic Sashiko and running stitches with fiber artist, Lori Zimmerman to embellish your new clutch. Your piece can then be lined with a lining provided and finished with a nice metallic clasp.
- Organic cotton linen
- Cotton clutch fabric lining
- Multi-colored and naturally dyed embroidery threads
- All materials: embroidery needles and hoops
- Tea and snacks
Explore and develop the fashion within, choose between light pink avocado, burnt orange marigold, or blue indigo pigment dyes. Select from a stunning array of colorful and naturally dyed embroidery floss, plus learn how to dye your own.
Embroidered tri-fold clutches will measure approximately 7"h x 11"w, have lining, and be finished with a magnetic snap.
Prior to the event, you will receive an email that includes all of the details that you will need for your day including location.
This event is hosted in my Miracle Mile garden in an architecturally historic neighborhood close to L.A. art museums.
Hilary Hahn is a visual artist and textile designer. She uses natural dye materials and traditional processes in a modern way. With a background in interiors and fine art, she unites these worlds through her textile designs. Hilary founded the Creative Sundays workshop series to help people discover new creative processes and spark creativity, while making items that are both beautiful and functional.