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Dye Lab

Ages 14 and up

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

TBD

Who doesn’t love doing tie dye? This summer camp dye lab not only provides individuals with the chance to learn traditional and non-traditional dyeing methods. In this one day workshop, each student will walk away with at least 5 different types of dyed materials or clothing items. Some of these types include ice dyeing, traditional spiral tie dye, folded/tied dye, and more!

Cost is $TBD per student.

Supply List

  • 5 white items or the equivalent (best if they are 100% cotton, the dye will be less bright the lower the cotton count is)

*Items can include yards of fabric (each 1-1.5 yard count as one item), pillowcases, shirts, pants/leggings, skirts, fabric bags, socks (3 pairs of socks count as one item!), and more.

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If you have questions, contact the Education and Collections Manager at education@wiquiltmuseum.com.

 
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Junior Dye Lab

Ages 5 - 7 years old

TBD

10:00 am - 11:30 pm

This summer camp teaches kids how to blend colors and learn alternative methods to getting great tie dyed items! Within 3 days, each kid will walk away with 4 different types of dyed materials or clothing items. Some of these types include ice dyeing, dropper dyeing, coloring dyeing and one traditional tie dye!

Cost is $50 per student and includes a t-shirt.

Supply List

  • 4 white items (best if they are cotton)

*Items can include pieces of fabric, pillowcases, shirts, pants, skirts, fabric bags, socks (if you choose to bring socks -- please bring multiple pairs), and more.

Download Forms

If you have questions, contact the Education and Collections Manager at education@wiquiltmuseum.com.

 
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Nature Inspo: Using Nature to Inspire Dyed Designs

Ages 10 - 16 years old

TBD

10:00 am - 11:30 am

Let the world around you be your muse. Be inspired by plants, flowers, and nature in this new workshop! Students will be using nature to create patterns within the dye. Learn techniques from using bleach resist to sun dyeing to Hapa Zome. Hapa Zome is the Japanese art of pounding nature pigment into cloth. In this two day workshop, students will learn at least 4 different techniques.  

Cost is $45 per student and includes a t-shirt.

Supply List

  • 3 dark/bright colored items (avoid pastels)

  • 3 white items

*Items can include pieces of fabric, pillowcases, shirts, pants, skirts, fabric bags, socks (if you choose to bring socks -- please bring multiple pairs), and more. Items do not need to be cotton, but may work better for the projects.

Download Forms

If you have questions, contact the Education and Collections Manager at education@wiquiltmuseum.com.

 

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