Natural Dyeing Using Native Plants, Weeds and Food Waste – One Day Full Workshop

Classes, Lessons, Workshops and Talks

27 Apr 2019

Phong world renowned textile artist will be bringing his passion and skills from places like Vietnam, Nepal, China and India. Learn how to make natural dyes in this one day workshop using native Tasmanian plants, weeds & food waste. Prepare a haotai silk scarf for simple shibori and natural dyeing. Prepare fabrics and fibre swatches for dyeing. Comprehensive notes will be supplied along with all materials necessary to produce some wonderful natural dyed items. You will go home with practical knowledge to continue with your natural dyeing experiments at home, your own naturally dyed silk scarf plus samples and swatches you have made to start your own natural dyeing diary or to use in a future craft project.
Places are limited to ensure that you are given plenty of guidance and support from Phong.

Facilities

Carpark Coach Parking Family Friendly Public Toilet Shop

Rates

From AU$150.00

Bookings to be confirmed by the 15th April.

Event Times

27 Apr 2019

Once Only Event

Venue

Windy Park Alpacas

2239 Pipers River Road, Pipers River, 7252

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