Shibori Dye Class – Japanese Art Form
October 22 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Japanese Shibori Class
Saturday, October 22, 10 – 11:30 am
Cost $40, which includes all supplies and 6 towels
Join us for a primer on the ancient Japanese art of shibori; folding, binding, and stitching fabric before dipping it into dye.
We will explore multiple folding techniques and you will create your own set of 6 flour sack towels to take home.
The towels are a perfect alternative to paper towels or you can use them as kitchen towels.
Suggested clothing for this class is all black or paint clothes (that you don’t mind getting dye on).
About the teacher
Whitney Prewitt is a trained studio artist who received a BA from North Carolina State University. She also has a post-graduate certification in fine art restoration and conservation from the Art Institute of Florence in Italy.
While raising her three kids, she has been teaching children’s art at different schools and venues.
She is well versed in many forms of media such as watercolor, acrylic, oil, and fiber arts. This talented teacher would love to share her passion for artistic creation with you!
Whitney is married to her childhood sweetheart and has three beautiful children. They reside in Franklin, TN.