$ 445.00 $ 495.00
August 5-7, 2019
Above price reflects. May 1st early sign-up discount!
Join Linda Illumanardi for a 3 day workshop beginning with unraveling the mystery of the mordant titanium oxalate and its effects on protein (silk) and cellulose (cotton) fabrics. This will lead into the effects of specific modifiers, using copper, iron, and tannic acid.
Beginning with a systematic method for comparing the shifts in pH modifiers/mordants, students will then transition to combinations of dye transfer blankets, building on previous experiments and results. Whether you love comparing pH levels of various solutions and taking notes, or simply the joy of bundling with new and wonderful results, this three day workshop will assist you in gaining experience and bundling in a creative and supportive environment.
Class Fee: $495
Materials Fee: $100.00 Paid to instructor on day of class. Susan has bundles of eucalyptus at a fee under $25.
Materials List/fabric: Instructor is bringing a variety of scoured and mordanted fabrics, modifiers, and botanical dyes.
Student Materials List:
2 Old, well-washed white (or light colored) large sheets (double or larger)
Scissors (industrial scissors that will cut leaves, string, light branches)
LEAVES (if you're traveling from afar, we can gather leaves locally, , etc)
Dates: August 5-6-7, 2019
Class size is limited to 10 people
Location: Comfort Inn & Suites
5025 Co Hwy V, DeForest, WI 53532
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