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Tuesday October 4, 2022: Eco Printing with Natural Dyes w/Lauren Wheeler
Tuesday October 4, 2022: Eco Printing with Natural Dyes w/Lauren Wheeler
Tuesday October 4, 2022: Eco Printing with Natural Dyes w/Lauren Wheeler
Tuesday October 4, 2022: Eco Printing with Natural Dyes w/Lauren Wheeler
Tuesday October 4, 2022: Eco Printing with Natural Dyes w/Lauren Wheeler

Tuesday October 4, 2022: Eco Printing with Natural Dyes w/Lauren Wheeler

Regular price
$55.00
Sale price
$55.00
Unit price
per 

Join us for a relaxing workshop on botanical contact printing with flowers and other natural materials! This is an interactive class for those who want to learn the fundamentals of natural dyeing and intuitive textile design using fresh and dried flowers and other botanicals. We will cover the process of pretreating the fabric so colors will not wash out.  Students will then assemble their very own silk scarf using home-grown flowers and the eco-print method!

All materials provided by instructor.

 

Where: The Peoples Apothecary

When: Tuesday October 4, 2022

Time: 5:30 - 7:30pm

Cost: $20 + $35 material fee

 

Please bring pen and paper for note taking if you would like.  

Space is limited. Contact us at the shop or email to be put on a waiting list if the class fills up! 

*No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Please contact the shop if you would like to reserve a spot and are unable to pay the full price.


About Lauren:

"I discovered the concept of natural dyeing and eco printing just last year.  Despite being a little late to the game, it has absolutely captivated me.  It generates a constant mindfulness of my surroundings and an appreciation for nature (and science) on a deeper and slower level.  I enjoy incorporating local PNW foliage in honor of our beautiful town. Each piece is wearable art; it tells an individual story of a plant’s journey through life.  By the process of botanical printing and dyeing, it then lives forever on beautifully soft textiles. Its story becomes permanent. Revived." 

https://www.instagram.com/vive.textiles/