"In Love with Indigo: A Place at the Table" - DIY shibori kitchen linens - Friday, August 10th @ 7pm
Join us as we explore the ancient art of Shibori while creating BEAUTIFUL kitchen linens for yourself or to give as a gift! Shibori is a Japanese dyeing technique that typically involves folding, twisting or bunching cloth and binding it, then dyeing it in indigo. During this 2 hour class you will learn process and technique; we will supply everything to create a piece that's unique and fits your personal style! You can choose from several projects: over-sized cloth napkins, a spectacular table runner, a set of tea towels, or an apron.
Set of 4 or 6 napkins: 18x18" Hemstitch Cotton Napkins. Perfect for Brunch, Dinner Parties, or Everyday Use!
Table Runner: 16x72 inches; long enough for most surfaces. Hand tailored with elegant hemstitch detailing. Classic slub pattern of weaving can be dressed up or down to create the perfect look for each place setting. Perfect for everyday use, special occasions, dinners, brunches, holiday bbq's and more! Machine washable; light to medium iron if needed.
Tea Towels, Set of 3: 28x28" Ringspun Cotton. Heavy Weight. Machine washable. Perfect for your kitchen, or makes a lovely hostess gift!
Apron: 100% cotton. 22" width x 30" length with adjustable straps. 2 front pockets, and machine washable for years of wear.
This class includes all materials, professional instruction, & light refreshments. You may choose to make 1 project or more, but class time is limited to 2 hours. Any unfinished pieces can be completed at home.
Easily grasped for ages 16+, 12 - 15 can enjoy this session with active parent / helper involvement.
Due to the high cost of materials being ordered to accommodate each participant, reservations are non-refundable.
**Minimum 6 seats must be booked to hold this class. If your class in cancelled for low attendance, you will be notified 48 hours in advance & have the choice to be re-booked for the next available session or receive a full refund.