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Dyeing with plant materials is a fun and fascinating process. Come learn the identity of local Pacific Northwest plants which can be used for dye projects and how to sustainability gather and process them for dyeing.
The traditional boiling dye pot method as well as India Flint's eco-print method for creating stunning leaf and flower prints will be explored during this class. You will be provided 2 silk scarves to dye during the workshop and additional scarves will be for sale at $5 apiece. (They make beautiful holiday gifts!)
Feel free to bring string, scissors, plastic and wooden clips/clamps, rubber bands, plastic bags, and wool yarn (if you want to experiment dyeing with wool.)
Sara Breakfield has a year and a half experience playing with plants and dyes, she has a certificate from the Wildflower School of Botanical Medicine and is currently studying to be a fashion designer.
To follow her adventures in the wilds of Seattle follow her on instagram @cravingsynonyms or on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pintorising