Shibori Magic
with Inside Jo.B
Starts 11th May '19
10:30 am - 1:00 pm
Private Booking Contact Artist for more detail

Starts 11th May '19

10:30 am - 1:00 pm
Private Booking Contact Artist for more detail
Join Jo in her popular Shibori Indigo Dyeing workshop for a wonderful social and creative day. Learn basic methods of this Japanese resist technique expanding your textile knowledge. You'll learn how to use items from around your own home to make unique patterns that you can carry on creating into the future.

The deep blue of Indigo Dyeing is pure magic especially when you can learn how to set it up in your own home to revamp clothes and furnishings, or even a way to keep the kids entertained!

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.

Jo now runs her own studio creating fabrics using natural dyes and hand-painting textiles. She collaborates with fashion, Tatau artists, jewellery and interior designers creating one-off fabrics.

Workshop Schedule

WHAT YOU’LL GET:
  • gloves
  • tools and materials clamps, pegs, string, etc
  • test pieces unbleached cotton fabric (can be used as napkins)
  • 100% cotton scarf, 45 cm x 180 cm
  • plenty of indigo dye
WHAT TO BRING:
Wear comfortable clothes and closed shoes that aren’t so precious as the play can get messy- an apron could help too.

Old plastic bags for your wet indigo dyed creations. Your own pieces to dye made from natural materials only: cotton, linen, silk, wool, rayon, (pre-washed, light in colour if possible), like tops, shirts, pillowcases, socks, undies, bras etc (fabric pieces no bigger than half meter please).
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.

Jo now runs her own studio creating fabrics using natural dyes and hand-painting textiles. She collaborates with fashion, Tatau artists, jewellery and interior designers creating one-off fabrics.
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.

Jo now runs her own studio creating fabrics using natural dyes and hand-painting textiles. She collaborates with fashion, Tatau artists, jewellery and interior designers creating one-off fabrics.
  • Happy students
  • New life to old clothes
  • Shibori samples
  • Indigo dye vat.
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