Materials Fee: $25 collected by the instructor at the workshop
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC - OLLI MEMBERSHIP IS NOT REQUIRED TO REGISTER
Shibori results in “slow cloth” (cloth that develops and evolves over time) using hand stitching, precise dyeing, and a symbiotic relationship with textiles and fiber that honors our creative journey. Students will learn several shibori techniques taking us far beyond tie-dye, including arashi (pole wrapping), mokume (stitching and scrunching), itajimi (folded and bound), and kumo (wrapping around stones). Working with both silk and cotton, we will dye scarves and shirts and marvel at the results. Beginners welcome. Materials fee: $25 collected by the instructor at the workshop.
Judi Jetson (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a fool for fiber; she spins, knits, dyes and weaves. Working in bold colors and textures, she loves to teach locally and at John C. Campbell Folk School. Judi is also a fiber activist who founded Local Cloth, a non-profit that promotes growing our fiber economy.