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A Class to Dye for
October 27, 2018 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm| $18 – $20
Limited tickets available at the door. $22
Remember the excitement of dying Easter eggs or your first tie-dyed t-shirt? Channel your inner colorist in this fun workshop! Follow in the footsteps of generations of our ancestors who dyed fabrics using plants and other natural materials. Explore the rich history of color, as well as the preparation and application of dyes to natural fibers. Each participant will create a beautiful silk scarf to keep or give as a gift to a loved one.
All materials are included in the class price. The class will be held outside so be ready for the seasonal weather. Please wear clothes that won’t be ruined by a spill or splash of dye.
Instructor Celia Petersen operates Chile Acres Farm. Celia hand shears, spins, and dyes yarns using plants, from her heritage sheep. Find her products at The Bungalow, on Facebook or at farmers markets around town!
Click Here for Directions and Parking:
This workshop will be held in The Bungalow @ Heritage Square. It’s across from the Science Center and a few doors down from Bianco’s at 602 E Adams in Heritage Square in downtown Phoenix. The Heritage Garage is conveniently located at 5th Street and Monroe. Workshop guests will receive parking validation for a reduced parking fee.
Bus routes 1, 3, and 7 all stop at Van Buren and 7th Street. Light rail stops at 3rd Street and Washington (west bound) and 3rd Street and Jefferson (east bound).