JULY 13 / SHIBORI FABRIC DYEING

JULY 13 / SHIBORI FABRIC DYEING

40.00

JULY 13, SAT / 11am-5pm
Instructor: Jane DeGroff

Ages: teens + adults
Cost: $40

The Japanese word shibori means embellishing textiles by shaping and dyeing to create resist patterns. In this process, cloth is manipulated into a three-dimensional form by folding, crumpling, stitching, or twisting –and then securing the fabric before it is submerged in indigo dye. Participants will learn stitching (nui), clamping (itajime), pole wrapping (arashi), and binding (ne-maki) techniques. All materials will be provided, each participant will make a unique work of art using the process of shibori.
Jane DeGroff is a textile artist who resides in Spring City, Utah. She has been dyeing cloth for over a decade and has taught workshops for universities and arts organizations throughout the state. Jane has a BFA from Brigham Young University and is currently an art educator. She is a self-taught practitioner of shibori and has a passion for creating works on fabric. 

Please note: This workshop needs a minimum of 8 students registered in order to run.

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