DATE & TIME
Sunday, July 19, 2020
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Learn how to harness the bounty of colors in nature to create a wearable work of art! In this class we will each create a uniquely dyed bandanna or scarf using a variety of flowers, leaves, barks, and even food scraps. The bundle-dyeing process is a fun and easy introduction to the world of natural dyeing, and we will also discuss a variety of techniques for increasing light-fastness and wash-fastness, identifying pigment-rich plants, and getting the most out of the dyeing process.
Fabric will be provided, but if you wish to bring a white or off-white article of clothing that is close to 100% cotton, linen, hemp, or any other plant fiber to dye, you are welcome to do so! All other supplies will be provided. No previous experience is necessary.
All participants must wear a mask of some kind for the duration of the workshop & respect 6-foot social distancing as much as possible.
You can learn more about Emma’s work and register for the workshop at www.emmapercy.com. You can also contact Emma at email@example.com with any questions.
HOW TO REGISTER
Register on Emma’s website
July 15, 2020