Indigo Shibori Garden social
Join us December 5th @ 3:30 for a final opportunity to dye with indigo this year in a safe socially distant small group setting.
Are you interested in learning how to work with indigo?
Would you like to create a curated sustainable closet designed in part by you?
In this small group workshop, you will find the freedom to create an indigo and patterned textile that you will cherish for all time. I offer a short intro to natural indigo and describe the process of shibori binding, an ancient Japanese technique. Next, we explore simple binds, ties, and folds.
You will receive a long 15" wide bolt of fabric to dye (makes a perfect wall handing or table runner) and up-cycle 1 piece of your choosing using natural indigo and learn about how to create an organic indigo vat, all surrounded by the beauty of our Miracle Mile dye garden. Everyone will have their own materials, be spaced over 6 feet apart and all social distancing measures including masks will be in place. Mask and bandana blanks will be available to purchase.
Customize your wardrobe sustainably and beautifully, or make a piece of frame-able art for your wall.
Limit to 6 participants. Pricing is designed to provide a value and be pandemic friendly. Grab a friend and create gifts for the holiday season.
Register today- our last one sold out!
Space is limited. There will only be 6 spots available during this session.
Please note: your health and well-being is the highest priority and you will be evenly spaced working in groups of 2 or 3 per table. Masks are required. This is a private, invite only event. I hope you can join us.
Work in picture 4 by dye group member, Carissa S.
Where: Miracle Mile garden