Bengala Mud Dye Workshop
Sunday, Oct 13
2pm - 3:30pm
Lead by Sarah Jamison
Learn the history of Japanese Bengala Mud Dyes with Sarah Jamison, as she guides you through the technique of dyeing wool with these ancient pigments. Bringing her experience and knowledge back from her Japan tour, Sarah will instruct you on how to prep and dye wool with the Bengala Mud Dyes. Learn a new dye technique and have fun creating your own hand painted yarn!
About Japanese Bengala Mud Dyes
These ancient pigment dyes come from the earth, making them 100% eco friendly. No heat or chemical mordants are needed to dye, keeping the wool chemically unchanged and allows us to save on water use. Because the dye is naturally sourced, there is no special disposal, it’s safe for waterways, the soil, and you.
1 skein of all natural wool yarn, weight in your choice (with the option to purchase more)
Bengala Mud Dye station
1.5 hours of Instruction by Sarah Jamison
3 person minimum, 8 person maximum.
Cost: - $65 per person
Minimum Students: 3 / Maximum Students: 8
For this event, a minimum of 3 students must be signed up 24 hours before the event start time. If this event does not meet the minimum requirements within the 24 hour time frame, we reserve the right to cancel the event. If this occurs, we will email all current ticket holders with updates and a full refund.
Please reserve your spot in class by prepaying online or by stopping in the shop.
We strongly encourage you to RSVP in advance.
Hate commitment? That’s ok! We would still love to have you! We do ask that you call ahead to confirm that the class is still happening / still has room for attendees.
To receive a full refund, please cancel 48 hours before the workshop start time. We cannot honor any refunds after that time.