Itajime Shibori – February 16th
Saturday, February 16th
from 11:30 – 1:30
Itajime Shibori is an ancient Japanese dyeing technique that involves folding and compressing cloth, then dyeing it in indigo to create beautifully patterned textiles. We’ll use a variety of tools like clamps, clothespins, and even wooden shapes to compress the fabric- the compressed areas resist the dye, creating beautiful patterns and color variations. Shibori dyeing is truly an amazing craft, as every piece you dye is a little bit of a surprise.
All materials are included.
All materials are included, but feel free to bring a couple of your own small items to use up our dye bath: must be a natural fabric (cotton, linen, or silk), and please no large items (no bedding, duvet covers, curtains, etc).
Small class size.
We aim to keep our classes intimate for one-on-one attention, so register while there’s still room!
About our teacher:
Rajni Kavula is the artist and maker behind Adroit’s beautiful Indigo-dyed clothing and accessories, which you might have seen here at the shop. She has a degree in fine arts, and started her handmade journey with crochet, then later hand dyeing, though she is always learning and experimenting with new techniques. She mostly works with natural fabrics like linen, rayon, silk, and cotton yarn, as sustainable living is so very important in times like these. Rajni teaches a variety of fiber arts classes with us- learning new techniques has been such a wonderful experience for her, and she hopes to pass on that joy to her students!
$75 Early Bird Registration // $85 Enrollment after February 15th
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