Sponsored by the Woods Hole Historical Collection and Museum
Workshop location: Woods Hole Public Library, lower level
The Woods Hole Historical Museum begins its 2015 Craft Workshop series, run in conjunction with the Woods Hole Public Library, with this first session. All are open to the public with only very small materials fees.
Join Rachel Switzer for an introduction to this Japanese resist technique. Shibori uses stitching, binding, wrapping or folding to create unique textile patterns. Participants will hand-dye a cotton tea towel using cold water fiber-reactive dye.
Students should wear old clothes or an apron, and bring tall dish gloves. Please note, workshop may run for up to 3 hours to complete fabric preparation and dyeing.
$6 materials fee due at the workshop. Includes large ‘flour sack’ cotton tea towel, dye and all other materials.
Class size is limited to 8 participants. Please call (508) 548-8961 to pre-register.
More details also available on the Museum websites: www.woodsholemuseum.org.