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Join us for Eco Dye Scarf I with Gina Taylor.
Eco dyeing is a special technique that uses the natural pigments of plants to imprint color and images onto fabric.
We will use local plants and flowers in season and print onto Silk scarves which are wrapped into bundles and then steamed. The resulting images are beautiful and unpredictable revealing themselves only after the bundles are unwrapped!
No experience required for this class.
There will be a $15 supply fee, for silk scarf and dye stuffs, payable to the instructor on the first day of class. Instructor will provide all materials.
What to bring:
- $15 supply fee
- Bag lunch for short break
- Come dressed for dyeing
Hawaiʻi Handweavers' Hui members receive a discounted class fee. If you are interested in becoming a member please click HERE.
This class is open to adults, and minors ages 12-17 when accompanied by a parent or guardian. If you are interested in taking the class with your child, please register online and add your child as a guest. Those registering for a Hawaiʻi Handweavers’ Hui class may add one guest based on availability.
We require a minimum of three participants for each class. A full refund will be issued to those registered, if class is cancelled by Hawaiʻi Handweavers’ Hui. Refunds for class registration cancellation by participant will be issued in full only if the cancellation is made more than 14 days before the class begins.
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