indigo shibori july 29th

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indigo shibori july 29th

85.00

While the art of shibori has been in existence for centuries, it is currently having a moment in the spotlight. 

In this hands-on workshop, shibori artist and designer, Francine Moo-Young, will lead us through the process of indigo dying and demonstrate how to create designs with modern shibori resistance techniques using folds, wraps, and binding. Field trippers will have the opportunity to create their own unique cloth dinner napkins - perfect for summer dinner parties and picnics.  All supplies included and attendees will go home with six shibori dyed cotton dinner napkins.

Born in Jamaica, Francine Moo-Young comes from an eclectic family mix of European, Chinese, and Caribbean cultures.  Her love for dyeing began at a young age when a laundry bleach mishap opened her eyes to its transformative qualities.  She now designs and makes her own clothing line from her studio in Capitol Hill. 

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time:  Saturday, July 29th,  10:30 - 1:00 p.m.

location: garden residence in Seattle's Mount Baker neighborhood, details given upon registration.

Please wear clothing for working with dye, splashes and drips may occur.

Payments for field trips and classes are non-refundable, though they may be transferred to another person (your new best friend!).  All sales are final.  If class is cancelled due to instructor illness or lack of enrollment, full refunds will be issued.