June 15, 2024
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Plants contain a variety of natural pigments that can be printed directly onto fabrics in a technique called ecoprinting (also known as ‘contact dyeing’).
You’ll take a silk scarf, lay out a design in leaves and flowers, and learn how to roll it into a bundle. You’ll take your completed roll home to bake. The magic happens when you unroll your bundle the next day and discover your beautiful print. Once you learn the technique, you can create your own one-of-a-kind wardrobe!
You’ll go home with a scarf bundle ready to be baked in the oven to complete the process.
This class is for anyone.
Best for Ages…
13 and up
You should bring…
You are welcome to bring your own flowers or leaves, but we’ll have enough available for everyone. Bring a plastic bag to take your wet scarf home!
Venue: Duluth Folk School Library
The Library is upstairs in the Duluth Folk School/Dovetail Cafe building.
Note: The Library is up one flight of stairs, and we do not have an elevator.