Mother's Day is just around the corner... Come learn a new eco-friendly skill and leave with 2 beautiful scarves. The workshop costs less than most of my scarves! Limited space available... email me now...
Natural Dyeing Workshop w/ Vagabond’s Daughter
Make your own silk scarves dyed w/natural plant extracts , Saturday May 4, 1-4 pm
Come to Vagabond’s Daughter studio in Wilton to experience the beautiful and often unexpected results of working with indigo and other natural plant extract dyes.
Upon your arrival at the farm, you will receive an apron and rubber gloves, notebook, and all of the information and supplies needed to make 2 beautiful silk scarves. We will employ ombre and shibori techniques to create two stunning, yet very different looks.
You will leave with at least 2 beautiful pieces ( additional scarves may be purchased if time permits). These make essential additions to your wardrobe, and wonderful gifts for friends and family. Just in time for Mother’s Day!
$100.00 Fee includes all educational information and materials for 2 scarves (different sizes available). Payment due at time of sign up. 24 hour cancellation for full refund. Call or email for sign up.
This shibori tied, twice dipped silk looks similar to a photo that NASA took of a volcano range in South America.
Weld and Indigo make for an emerald green and Lapis Lazuli blue scarf.
This false-color image of Colombia's Galeras Volcano, was acquired by UAVSAR on March 13, 2013. A highly active volcano, Galeras features a breached caldera and an active cone that produces numerous small to moderate explosive eruptions. It is located immediately west of the city of Pasto. CREDIT: NASA/JPL-Caltech