Eco-dyeing
with INSIDE Jo.B
Starts 15th Jun '19
10:30 am - 1:00 pm
Private Booking Contact Artist for more detail

Starts 15th Jun '19

10:30 am - 1:00 pm
Private Booking Contact Artist for more detail
Join Jo from Inside Jo.B to discover how to use natural foraged flowers, leaves from your neighbourhood, healing herbs, food scraps from your kitchen and household items to naturally dye fabric.

A playful inspiring 2.5 hour workshop where natural dyeing basics will be shared. You'll learn how to Bundle Eco Dye and create with plants and food, plus other natural materials. We will also use flowers, food, weeds and leaves to create patterns on raw cotton with a basic technique that is simple to do with children. It's the perfect workshop to do with the crafty teenager or young one in your life with a discount of 30% off for under 18's.

All the raw materials and a Pure Silk Scarf 45cm x 160cm will be provided to decorate in all natural delightful colours, plenty of unbleached cotton dye tests and for hammering flower patterns. Message Inside Jo.B if you are vegan and want a cotton scarf instead of silk.

Feel free to bring your own local foraged materials, from your garden and neighbourhood to mark the silk and cotton fabrics. In addition you'll spend a short time wandering around the local area to collect some basics for natural dyeing your scarves. You will also Eco Dye your own t-shirt/singlet or light pillow slip from home (Natural fabrics like cotton and linen only and pre-washed). If you want to bring your own fabric no bigger than 1/2 a meter this can be dyed too. More silk scarves will be available to purchase if preferred.

For bookings please contact 'Inside Jo.B' directly at Contact Inside Jo.B

About INSIDE Jo.B
About INSIDE Jo.B
INSIDE Jo.B is the Textile Design Studio and work of Joanne Broederlow. Born in Auckland, New Zealand, raised there and in Sydney, Australia. Joanne's German Samoan heritage and her family, influence her Textile Art and Design. She studied Fashion and Construction after graduating High School at East Sydney TECH Fashion Studio.

After having children, two who suffered from eczema, she looked into the benefits of Organic Cotton clothes and cloth nappies. In 2005 she started the business of ethical baby and children's products online which progressed to her own brand 'Imp'ish', where she designed her own fabrics for the clothing range. Through this process Jo has become a keen supporter of ethical and traditional practices of natural material eco dyed and printed.

Workshop Schedule

What you get:
  • 1 silk scarf provided (45cm x 160cm)
  • Unbleached cotton x 4 (30cm x 55cm) for experimenting with all dyes and tools provided.
  • Digital notes with online support
  • What to bring:
  • Cash for extra silk scarves to play with.
  • Prewashed cotten or linen t shirt/singlet or pillowcase or 1/2 metre fabric
  • About INSIDE Jo.B
    About INSIDE Jo.B
    INSIDE Jo.B is the Textile Design Studio and work of Joanne Broederlow. Born in Auckland, New Zealand, raised there and in Sydney, Australia. Joanne's German Samoan heritage and her family, influence her Textile Art and Design. She studied Fashion and Construction after graduating High School at East Sydney TECH Fashion Studio.

    After having children, two who suffered from eczema, she looked into the benefits of Organic Cotton clothes and cloth nappies. In 2005 she started the business of ethical baby and children's products online which progressed to her own brand 'Imp'ish', where she designed her own fabrics for the clothing range. Through this process Jo has become a keen supporter of ethical and traditional practices of natural material eco dyed and printed.
    About INSIDE Jo.B
    INSIDE Jo.B is the Textile Design Studio and work of Joanne Broederlow. Born in Auckland, New Zealand, raised there and in Sydney, Australia. Joanne's German Samoan heritage and her family, influence her Textile Art and Design. She studied Fashion and Construction after graduating High School at East Sydney TECH Fashion Studio.

    After having children, two who suffered from eczema, she looked into the benefits of Organic Cotton clothes and cloth nappies. In 2005 she started the business of ethical baby and children's products online which progressed to her own brand 'Imp'ish', where she designed her own fabrics for the clothing range. Through this process Jo has become a keen supporter of ethical and traditional practices of natural material eco dyed and printed.
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