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General News · 3rd March 2011
Brigid Weiler
Indigo is one of the oldest dyestuffs known. It has been used for thousands of years and has a fascinating history. The process for extracting blue from the indigo plant is unlike that used for other dyes, and indigo blue is like no other blue. In this workshop we will also explore top-dyeing to produce greens and purples. Join us in learning how to create these rich, luminous and very fast colours on wool and other fibres.
When: Sunday, March 20, 10 AM--3 PM
Where: my house, 250 Seavista Rd
Cost: $40 ($20 kids under 12) all materials supplied, but please bring a small item to tie-dye if you wish
Also bring: lunch and a notebook
Register: Brigid Weiler 935 6623