This particular workshop will be held at Artifact Coffee, so you know the atmosphere will be fab. Led by Sarah Pottle of Drift Lab Textile Co, and co-presented by the American Craft Council, this class will focus on plant-based textile dyes, followed by a 3-course seasonally focused supper. You’ll learn the process of creating your own dyes at home, working with mordants, and the art of Japanese Shibori dyeing. You’ll even dye your own tea towel during the class and receive a take-home dye kit. Best of all, while the dyes and fixatives work their magic, you’ll meet new friends around the table for a winter roots feast. Tickets include supper, cocktails, wine/beer, and the workshop itself. You just don’t get any more satisfying than that.
The Roots & Leaves workshop takes place Tuesday, February 17th at Artifact Coffee (1500 Union Ave) in Baltimore. Advance tickets are required. For more information, visit www.maketribe.com.
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