18 Oct Introduction to Tie Dye Workshop Series
Introduction to Tie Dye Three Part Workshop Series
Have you ever wanted to learn how to Tie Dye? Well now you can at our three part Introduction to Tie Dye workshop series!
The process of tie-dye typically consists of folding, twisting, pleating, or crumpling fabric or a garment and binding with string or rubber bands, followed by application of dye(s).
Believe it or not, American hippies did not invent tie-dye in the 1960s. It’s an old, old craft that’s used in one form or another around the world. The Shipibo and Yine tribes of the Peruvian Amazon have a resistance dyeing technique that is similar to tie-dye. In India, it’s called bandhani.
There is so much you can do using tie-dye techniques. Our facilitator Jan will be leading us from the basics in the first session, to more advanced techniques in the second and third.
You are welcome to attend any of the classes individually, but we recommend attending all three to get the most out of Jan’s knowledge, plus there is a discount if you attend all three sessions.
WHERE: Camperdown Community House 6 Gunner Street (at rear of Apex Park)
COST: $15.00 per session / $40 for all three sessions
TO REGISTER: call 5593 1403 or email email@example.com
FIRST SESSION: 10AM-12.30PM THURSDAY 25TH OCTOBER
TIE-DYE FOR BEGINNERS
WHAT TO BRING: tee-shirt and a pair of socks (natural fibres are preferable), a bucket, plastic bag and a towel all other equipment will be provided
SECOND SESSION: 10AM-12.30PM THURSDAY 8TH NOVEMBER
MAKING OLD CLOTHING NEW AGAIN WITH TIE-DYE
WHAT TO BRING: two pieces of clothing (natural fibres are preferable) you like but want to change colour, a bucket, plastic bag and a towel, all other equipment will be provided
THIRD SESSION: 10AM-12.30PM THURSDAY 22 NOVEMBER
TIE-DYE MARBLING TECHNIQUE
WHAT TO BRING: the two pieces of clothing you brought to class two, a bucket, plastic bag and a towel, all other equipment will be provided