Join us to learn a unique natural dying technique using avocado pits! Fiber artist, Roxanne Young of Roxanne Roxanne Designs will take you through the process of designing and dying a set of four cotton dinner napkins. She will talk about scouring, mordanting, and modifying the colorsand different tie dye techniques. The beauty of this craft is that you get to add beautiful shades of pinks, purples and greys to fabric by using the byproduct of a delicious and nutritious food.
You will be given a step by step guide to take home with you to try the project again to revive an old garment or add color to a new piece.
Date & Time Sunday, March 24th, 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Skill Level all welcome
Instructor Roxanne Young
Roxanne has been working in the fiber arts for many years, beginning with her obsession with crochet in 2004. After having her son in 2013, she began working with coiling and weaving necklaces and wall hangings with conventionally dyed yarn, as well as creating her own dyed yarn with procion and plant dye. She also creates one of a kind hand dyed clothing to inspirit the everyday.