In our Sashiko Mending class, you will learn about this beautiful, ancient Japanese embroidery technique which was originally developed to strengthen quilts and kimonos, and lengthen the life of textiles.
Learn the basics of creating an indigo dye-bath using pre-reduced indigo crystals and Shibori techniques to generate unique patterns and designs to dye four rad napkins, tea towels, or bandanas, and your choice of either tote bag or throw pillow case.
Learn how to assemble your kokedama plant and moss ball, using string to bind it together. You will take a crack at constructing two kokedama moss ball projects (one small and one medium) in this class.
Let us walk you through the basics of using a machine, cutting fabric, and following simple patterns. You’ll walk out of class having completed a few simple projects, and more importantly, possessing the confidence to continue sewing on your own.
Make two bags in one during this day-long sewing workshop! The versatile and chic Maywood Totepack from Klum House Workshop sews up wonderfully and converts from backpack to tote with the pull of a strap.
In this intro to block printing class, you will have the chance to create your own graphic or pattern design, transfer it to an easy carve rubber stamp, then print it on cardstock, a Moleskine journal, and a soft denim tote bag!