Shibori- Ancient Cloth Wrapping and Dye Techniques
Friday: 5pm to 8pm
Shibori is the Japanese term for the dye-resistant process of binding, clamping or gathering cloth so the dye cannot reach certain parts. The result is a powerful combination of structured design with the organic freedom of the unpredictable. Learn this interesting historical Japanese textile art. You will make a unique silk scarf which will be created with your own personal expression of color and design. All materials and handouts will be supplied in class for a $20 materials fee. No experience needed.
Karen Skoglund brings her experience and passion for this fiber craft to people of all ages. Whether it be at her exhibits and workshops in the Newark Museum, or her lessons at Ramapo College & Midland Park Continuing Education, Karen teaches her craft in a few easy steps, creating custom scarves, neckties, and unique, wearable art clothing.