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Botanical Silk Dyeing Workshop

Saturday, November 12

Learn how to create beautiful, colourful designs on silk with dried or fresh botanicals as natural dyes. This is an environmentally friendly process, using a binding and steaming process.

Suitable for complete beginners, it is a very creative and expressive way of working, so you can have fun with it!

You’ll take away at two finished silk scarves, a unique present or an addition to your own wardrobe!

The workshop is £45 per person

What’s included:
2 Pre-mordant silk scarves
All the materials to natural dye including a varied amount of
dried flowers/botanicals/vegetables/food waste. If you have a specific flower or botanic that you want to try dyeing with, you are welcome to bring it along
Please note that the material you will be using is pre-mordanted and washed before the class.

This workshop is aimed as an introduction to bundle dyeing, however anyone who has a love for natural dyeing is welcome to join. This workshop is suitable for ages 10 years and older, under 16 years must be accompanied by someone over the age of 18.

For more details and to book, please email Botanicaldyeko@gmail.com

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