Eco Printing Workshop With Rawna Hamann

Come join us for a fun day of printing, dyeing and creating naturally!

Experience how using natural plant materials to print on natural textiles, such as silk, wool, cotton, and linen, can enrich your creativity and pump up your fashion as well!

You will create a sampler piece on silk printed from the vegetation from around your house, neighborhood, or a favorite florist, and move on to creating a Habotai Silk scarf (8”x72”) that you will create with your new knowledge.

This workshop will provide the basic training on how to print using natural vegetation, teach the tips and techniques to finishing and setting your creation as well as provide information on how to use your new skills on wool, cotton and linen textiles.

Tuition of $80 includes: 4 hours of instruction and guidance, the silk yardage and scarf, and all the supplies needed to make your provided plant materials come alive!  Registration also includes a 10% off discount for in-store merchandise, and the Makers’ Café, on the day of the workshop.

Skill Level: BEGINNER
Requirements: A list of recommended plant materials will be provided after you have registered for this workshop.
Instructor: A local textile and fiber artist, and teacher, Rawna Hamann has had her hand on the textile crafts for over 50 years. She knits, spins, and weaves, and has 4 dogs, 2 cats and 2 alpacas. Over the past 5-years, using many of the plants around her home and community, she has created one-of-a-kind printed scarves on silk and wool.

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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.