Sunday, April 28 at 2 pm
Sunday, April 28 at 4 pm
Breathe new life into stained garments, repurpose old items, or add a beautiful inky-blue indigo color to a new piece. You bring your own natural fiber items, and we'll provide the indigo and fun.
Textile artist Maggie Pate has cultivated a remarkable studio that is 100% sustainable and eco-friendly. Her main focus is on capturing color predominantly with food waste, collected from local restaurants and farms. In June 2018, she released her first book, The Natural Colors Cookbook. Her guide explores in depth how to capture color with food waste and pantry basics, making natural dyeing and sustainable colors accessible — and earth-loving — to all.
Bring up to 5 pre-laundered, manageably-sized fiber items, made of natural fibers (such as linen or cotton).
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