You are surrounded by plants that can be used for dyes. Come spend three hours with Doris and go home with some sample yarns dyed from local plants, invasive plants are always the first choice of dyes. This is a Three hour class. Dying from things collected in the yard. She will be gathering things from right around the studio to show there is colors hiding everywhere! You will be making the dyes and you will have yarns samples to take home with you.
You will be dying in the studio dye kitchen, not out side.
This is a hands on class so please dress accordingly, we will have aprons to use,
Class is from 1-4 Jan 21.
Doris Florig is a fiber artist traveling the world and learning traditional weaving techniques from the indigenous people of a multitude of cultures. She specializes in tapestry weaving, fiber sculptures and dyeing all her own yarns. She has been weaving since the 70’s and has been sharing her knowledge teaching throughout the years.