Shibori Dyeing: Kumo Resist

$50


Spots available: 8
Registration closes at 48 hours before event

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Materials saved from the landfill:
Pillow cases, clothing ,cotton bags, etc.


Skills you’ll learn:
Shibori dyeing, kumo resist technique


Pillowcases cases looking tired? Strange spot on your favorite tee? Shibori is the answer! Shibori, aka Japanese tie dye, is a multifaceted art where you can tie, fold, and stitch your way to a whole new look for tired linens, clothes and more. Bring one or two items to transform using the Kumo method of resist, a technique that involves tying and binding your piece to create intricate, lace-like designs. Please be sure your pieces are natural, plant based fibers like linen, cotton, or hemp. We’ll be using indigo dye to dip into, a vibrant, striking blue you’re sure to love.

  1. indigo dye
  2. kumo resist
Materials to bring

Bring in 1 - 2 small items to dye. Please be sure your pieces are natural, plant based fibers like linen, cotton, or hemp.

What will be provided

All dye and dye equipment provided.

Location
Perennial
3762 S. Broadway,
St. Louis, MO, 63118

Perennial

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Perennial is a community workshop + store that transforms trash into creatively restored objects and teaches the St. Louis community how to do the same.

For more information visit www.perennialstl.org or call 314-832-2288.

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