Natural Dyes From the Kitchen – NEW!

Go no further than your kitchen to find the ingredients for your dye projects. We’ll explore the many secret, natural dyes easily available from the grocer and your pantry. Natural dyes are best used on natural cloth, yarn and thread such as 100% cotton, flax, silk, wool, jute, hemp, bamboo or blends. Bring fabric/yarn to dye and we’ll provide the stove and ingredients.

Special Notes

  • For this workshop students should bring in the white cotton fabric item they'd like to cyanotype. This can range from socks, shirts, dresses, tote bags, shorts, etc.
About the Instructor

Jan Thomas

Jan Thomas was born into a family that traveled the world. When she was a young girl living in Morocco, she fell in love with the colorful handmade fabrics - djellaba, caftans, rugs, baskets and other things fiber. She learned to work a drop spindle and knit. She has been spinning on modern wheels, weaving, knitting, natural dying and generally living with fiber under her bed for over 40 years.

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Natural Dyes From the Kitchen – NEW!

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Class Details
January 25 - January 2610 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Days: Sun Sat
Tuition: $125.00
Member Tuition: $112.50
Additional fees apply
Instructor: Jan Thomas
Level: All Levels