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We're making things and so can YOU!

Creativity is within all of us. It simply takes the right environment to bring it out.

Each workshop is 2-5 hours long and is taught by a talented maker. As you work away at a new skill prepare to get inspired by the feeling of community in the welcoming atmosphere of the One-One Thousand studios in Madison, Wisconsin.

Natural and Bundle Dye | September 28th

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Natural and Bundle Dye | September 28th

95.00

Let’s make a naturally dyed silk scarf and a bundle dyed flour sack towel

In this 3 hour workshop, fiber  artist Sarah Eichhorn will teach us how to natural dye with plants and kitchen scraps, and how they can also be used to create unique prints with bundle dyeing.

We’ll cover how to mordant your fabric, recipes for natural dyes, and the different types of dye stuff you can use from your kitchen and garden.

You’ll walk away with a beautiful naturally dyed silk scarf, a bundle dyed flour sack towel, and some natural dyed samples to use as inspiration.

Perfect for showcasing the ways you can create sustainable color from the earth.

WHEN September 28th, 10 am - 1 pm

WHERE  One-OneThousand 78 N. Bryan St, Madison, WI 53714. Parking is available in the lot next to the building or there is plenty of street parking around the facility.

WHAT’S PROVIDED Everything you need for this workshop is provided as well as munchies and beverages.

WHAT TO BRING All you need to do is bring your delightful, inquisitive self.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • How to prep fabric

  • How to create a natural dye bath

  • What materials can be used to create color naturally

  • How to bundle dye materials plus techniques

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR :
Sarah Eichhorn is an advocate of sustainability. She sources her textile materials and natural dye supplies domestically here in the United States.

She is an Assistant Professor and Chair of the Fashion Department at Mount Mary University in Milwaukee, WI.  She received her MFA in Costume Design from Florida State University, as well as her BFA in Fashion Design.

Aside from her formal fashion and costume background, she is also enjoys knitting socks, gardening, sewing, weaving and spending time with the little guy.

www.saraheichhorn.com

Instagram as @sarah__eichhorn

* Space is limited. Please make sure you are able to attend the workshop date and time before you complete your purchase. Workshop registrations are nonrefundable. If you are unable to attend you may send a friend in your place. *

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