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Live Online Shibori Indigo Tie Dye Workshop
Multiple Dates Available $35
Do Shibori with me at home. Get your own Indigo kit and I will show you how to put it together and go over folding techniques. I'm also available for private corporate workshops- Email to set something up.
Ice Tie Dyeing Online Workshop for Beginners
Ice tie dyeing is a modern way of tie dyeing that will give your pieces that high end look. We will go over multiple techniques and set up. Live workshop where you can ask questions and participate in real time!
Live Online Tie Dye Workshop
Learn how to make fabulous tie dye from the comfort of your own home. We will go over multiple folding and dyeing techniques. I'm available for private or corporate workshops- custom kits available. Contact me for more information.
Skillshare Class: Indigo Tie Dye Shibori For Beginners
I walk you through the basics of supplies, 6 shibori tie dye folds, mixing up the dye, dipping in the vat, and laundry instructions.
Try Skillshare Premium for 14 Days free! You can take this class, and all the the other great classes on Skillshare with the link below.
Skillshare Class: How to Ice Dye
Learn the basics of Ice Dyeing for beginners. I go over the ice dyeing theory, supplies you will need, folding instructions, setting up your ice tie dye, and laundry instructions.
Try Skillshare Premium for 14 Days free! You can take this class and all the other great classes on Skillshare with this Link: https://skl.sh/3xKUPJf
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-100% cotton tea towels- https://amzn.to/3ybXBGT
-100% cotton masks- https://amzn.to/3xT9lxF
If you prefer to use an indigo kit this is a good one-
-Jacquard Indigo Kit: https://amzn.to/3qaonN3
Indigo ingredients for a 2x2x1 vat
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-Soda Ash- Sodium Carbonate- https://amzn.to/3vAxKqw
- Mask for mixing dye- https://amzn.to/3y25ej5
- Something to Stir the Vat
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-Synthrapol- dyers' detergent- https://amzn.to/3cSPNls
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Check out my Skillshare Classes and Online Workshops:
How to Ice Dye for Beginners: You can get a free 14 day trial of Skillshare Premium with this link: https://skl.sh/3xKUPJf
Indigo Tie Dye Shibori for Beginners: You can get a free 14 day trial of Skillshare Premium with this link: https://skl.sh/3mPXk83
Live Online Shibori indigo Tie Dye for Beginners: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/shibori-indigo-tie-dye-for-beginners-virtual-workshop-tickets-104093582708?keep_tld=1
The Ice Dyeing technique is so much fun and really easy. It uses the same kind of dye as tie dye, but instead of mixing up the dye with water you use ice to mix the power dye into liquid. I'm making color swatches with a new kit and I think they turned out so nice! These will help me in the future when I'm picking out colors for new projects. Color theory and placement are so important! If you have a lot of dyes in your stash then this is a good way to keep track of what they look like. There is still a lot of dye in the containers and I can't wait to make more projects. The kit comes with soda ash and synthrapol, which is really a great value. Soda ash fixes the dye before you apply the dye and synthrapol is known as dyers' detergent. It helps to keep the colors from transfering from the dyed parts of the fabric and going onto the undyed parts of the fabric when washing.
Black Tea is a great natural dye because it is pretty simple and makes a beautiful warm beige color. Black tea is super easy to find and contains tannins so you won't have to use a mordant. Salt is added at the end to help the tea stick to the fabric, but salt is not technically a mordant.