Dye Day with Judy Gula
Saturday, October 24, 2020
10:00 am — 1:00 pm Class will take place in our warehouse and/or parking lot, and is limited to 6 students. Participants MUST wear masks, and adhere to social distancing guidelines.
This workshop is ideal for the person who loves color and the distinctive look of hand-dyed fabric but doesn’t want to worry about preparing multiple dye solutions, or learning the science behind dyeing. We will work in quart-size mason jars and plastic containers — please bring 6–12 jars/containers (quart-sized, MUST have lids) with you to class, and wear old clothing that can withstand an accidental splash of dye. Bring your own fabric (½ yard or fat-quarter sized) At least 3 yards — cottons, silk, rayon — that has been prewashed (do not use fabric softener). In addition to fabric, consider bringing your doilies, trims, hankies, etc to dye. Workshop is $40.00 plus $15.00 for supplies; registrants will receive one yard of Kona or Pima Cotton to coordinate with their own fibers and textiles. Your result will be a huge stash of beautiful, one of a kind textiles! About the Instructor:
Judy Gula, owner of Artistic Artifacts, believes that to make art, you must live art. She finds inspiration in new and vintage materials, her interactions with other artists, and in surprising and unexpected experiences. Her goal is to share her love of art and in empowering people to create their own artwork, she finds her bliss. More about Judy »