Hand-Dyed Gift Making
with Studio Tinta
Starts 25th Nov '23
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Private Booking Contact Artist for more detail

Starts 25th Nov '23

2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Private Booking Contact Artist for more detail

It’s almost gifting season! What’s better than a beautiful handmade gift? Skip the shops and come make your very own hand-dyed gifts using all natural materials with Katie from Studio Tinta.


What you’ll go home with:

1 x hand-dyed silk scarf

1 x hand-dyed cotton tote bag

1 x hand-dyed cotton tea towel

1 x hand-dyed linen apron

2 x gift cards hand-painted with natural inks

During the workshop you’ll learn all about: Bundle-dyeing (eco-printing), Dyeing with food waste, Dyeing with leaves and flowers, Dyeing with natural extracts and powders, Using plant and protein fibres, and Natural ink making.

*Children over the age of 7 are welcome with a parent or guardian to supervise. The parent must be present for the entire workshop.*
For more about this workshop and to make a booking, please follow this link. Book Now

Please note: Hudson Street Hum Gift Vouchers cannot be redeemed on this class as it is run privately by the artist.

About Studio Tinta
About Studio Tinta
Founded in Melbourne, Australia by Katie Wilkins, Studio Tinta was created as an outlet for her experiments in natural dyeing. Studio Tinta began as a slow textiles studio selling hand-dyed and hand-painted pillowcases and homewares made with natural fibres and plant dyes.

After three years of selling at markets including Finders Keepers in Sydney and Melbourne, and via the online store, Studio Tinta was frequently selling out of each batch of pillowcases and was featured in media like Frankie, Peppermint Magazine, Broadsheet and Vogue.

Katie realised that many of her customers not only wanted to purchase hand-dyed textiles, but they had a desire to learn the art of natural dyeing themselves. So, she decided to provide Natural Dye Kits, and create Natural Dye School: a fully online, self-paced course that teaches students all over the world how to dye with confidence, paint with plants and create unique textiles.

Studio Tinta is now located on Awabakal land in New South Wales, Australia, and is committed to providing excellent natural dye education that encourages people to learn how to reuse, upcycle and save textiles from landfill using sustainable methods.

Workshop Schedule

This workshop will run on Saturday, 25th November, 2-5pm.

We supply:
All materials for dyeing, natural dyes, flowers and organic materials.
Tea/coffee and snacks

What you need to bring:

A plastic bag or green bag for taking home your wet fabric
Any flowers, leaves, onion skins or other plants from home that you’d like to try dyeing with.
Water bottle
Closed-toe shoes
About Studio Tinta
About Studio Tinta
Founded in Melbourne, Australia by Katie Wilkins, Studio Tinta was created as an outlet for her experiments in natural dyeing. Studio Tinta began as a slow textiles studio selling hand-dyed and hand-painted pillowcases and homewares made with natural fibres and plant dyes.

After three years of selling at markets including Finders Keepers in Sydney and Melbourne, and via the online store, Studio Tinta was frequently selling out of each batch of pillowcases and was featured in media like Frankie, Peppermint Magazine, Broadsheet and Vogue.

Katie realised that many of her customers not only wanted to purchase hand-dyed textiles, but they had a desire to learn the art of natural dyeing themselves. So, she decided to provide Natural Dye Kits, and create Natural Dye School: a fully online, self-paced course that teaches students all over the world how to dye with confidence, paint with plants and create unique textiles.

Studio Tinta is now located on Awabakal land in New South Wales, Australia, and is committed to providing excellent natural dye education that encourages people to learn how to reuse, upcycle and save textiles from landfill using sustainable methods.
About Studio Tinta
Founded in Melbourne, Australia by Katie Wilkins, Studio Tinta was created as an outlet for her experiments in natural dyeing. Studio Tinta began as a slow textiles studio selling hand-dyed and hand-painted pillowcases and homewares made with natural fibres and plant dyes.

After three years of selling at markets including Finders Keepers in Sydney and Melbourne, and via the online store, Studio Tinta was frequently selling out of each batch of pillowcases and was featured in media like Frankie, Peppermint Magazine, Broadsheet and Vogue.

Katie realised that many of her customers not only wanted to purchase hand-dyed textiles, but they had a desire to learn the art of natural dyeing themselves. So, she decided to provide Natural Dye Kits, and create Natural Dye School: a fully online, self-paced course that teaches students all over the world how to dye with confidence, paint with plants and create unique textiles.

Studio Tinta is now located on Awabakal land in New South Wales, Australia, and is committed to providing excellent natural dye education that encourages people to learn how to reuse, upcycle and save textiles from landfill using sustainable methods.
  • Hand-dyed samples
  • Learn to make your own natural inks.
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