Shibori Workshop with Wabi Sabi Design

SKU:SWWSD001

$100.00 Sale price

Regular price $100.00

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Description

Shibori is the Japanese technique of resist dyeing, which is used inventively to create various shaped designs on indigo dyed fabric.  

In this popular shibori indigo dyeing workshop - which is suitable for both beginners and those with dying expertise and knowledge -  you will learn how natural indigo is made in Japan; learn ten or more shibori techniques and dye a Japanese cotton handkerchief, Japanese sarashi cotton scarf and a signature linen/rayon blend scarf.

You will also learn what you can make in your future projects (bags and quilt tops etc) with indigo dyed materials. 

The workshop teachers, Shuji and Alison of Wabi Sabi Designs have been trading in Japanese textiles for over two decades, and in that time, have been teaching indigo shibori workshops in Japan and across Australia to beginner and intermediate students. They also lead hands-on textile tours in Japan.

All material costs are included in the workshop fee for 1 x handkerchief, 2 x scarves, though more pieces of fabric can be purchased on the day if times allows to produce more items. You will also have the opportunity to purchase take home kits.

Please note that participants cannot bring their own materials for dyeing as we cannot guarantee the result.

We recommend wearing old clothes and shoes. Aprons and gloves will be provided on the day.

Where: Kazari + Ziguzagu shop, 450 Malvern Road, Prahran VIC 3181

When: 12th April 2020, 1 - 4 pm (postponed until July 19th)

Cost: $100 (maximum 15 people)

All materials provided, plus tea

There will be a 20% discount for participants off all textile products on the day, excluding books.

Click and Collect

At checkout select the ‘Click and Collect’ shipping method. You will be contacted by a Kazari + Ziguzagu team member who will advise when you can collect your items. Items will be ready for collection within 1 business day and must be collected within 5 business days unless otherwise arranged.

Charges apply for storage beyond the initial period. You may also decide to use the Click and Collect service if you have an existing/preferred carrier for interstate and international shipping.

Shipping

We can ship orders worldwide. Kazari + Ziguzagu uses competitive and reliable shipping services including but not limited to Auspost, DHL and local couriers and carriers, as well as art and antique specific interstate and international carriers.

Shipping can be added at checkout for Domestic deliveries (Australia).

Additional insurance may be required as standard insurance may not be sufficient to cover loss or damage of fragile or expensive items.

For deliveries outside Australia, or for custom shipping quotes for this product, please click here. For further information, or discuss shipping your shipping options, please enquire via the contact us page.

Please click here for our full list of delivery options.




Description

Shibori is the Japanese technique of resist dyeing, which is used inventively to create various shaped designs on indigo dyed fabric.  

In this popular shibori indigo dyeing workshop - which is suitable for both beginners and those with dying expertise and knowledge -  you will learn how natural indigo is made in Japan; learn ten or more shibori techniques and dye a Japanese cotton handkerchief, Japanese sarashi cotton scarf and a signature linen/rayon blend scarf.

You will also learn what you can make in your future projects (bags and quilt tops etc) with indigo dyed materials. 

The workshop teachers, Shuji and Alison of Wabi Sabi Designs have been trading in Japanese textiles for over two decades, and in that time, have been teaching indigo shibori workshops in Japan and across Australia to beginner and intermediate students. They also lead hands-on textile tours in Japan.

All material costs are included in the workshop fee for 1 x handkerchief, 2 x scarves, though more pieces of fabric can be purchased on the day if times allows to produce more items. You will also have the opportunity to purchase take home kits.

Please note that participants cannot bring their own materials for dyeing as we cannot guarantee the result.

We recommend wearing old clothes and shoes. Aprons and gloves will be provided on the day.

Where: Kazari + Ziguzagu shop, 450 Malvern Road, Prahran VIC 3181

When: 12th April 2020, 1 - 4 pm (postponed until July 19th)

Cost: $100 (maximum 15 people)

All materials provided, plus tea

There will be a 20% discount for participants off all textile products on the day, excluding books.

Click and Collect

At checkout select the ‘Click and Collect’ shipping method. You will be contacted by a Kazari + Ziguzagu team member who will advise when you can collect your items. Items will be ready for collection within 1 business day and must be collected within 5 business days unless otherwise arranged.

Charges apply for storage beyond the initial period. You may also decide to use the Click and Collect service if you have an existing/preferred carrier for interstate and international shipping.

Shipping

We can ship orders worldwide. Kazari + Ziguzagu uses competitive and reliable shipping services including but not limited to Auspost, DHL and local couriers and carriers, as well as art and antique specific interstate and international carriers.

Shipping can be added at checkout for Domestic deliveries (Australia).

Additional insurance may be required as standard insurance may not be sufficient to cover loss or damage of fragile or expensive items.

For deliveries outside Australia, or for custom shipping quotes for this product, please click here. For further information, or discuss shipping your shipping options, please enquire via the contact us page.

Please click here for our full list of delivery options.