The Versatility of Natural Dyes
Location: Reynolda Gardens Education Wing and Online
Cost: $5 not-yet-friends; Free for Friends of the Gardens and Wake Forest University faculty, staff, and students
Kelsey Brown, fiber artist, educator, and co-owner of the Village Fabric Shop in Reynolda Village, will explore the world of natural dyes and the amazing ways they can be used. Learn how weld, madder, and indigo are among the many found and foraged materials that can create dynamic pigments through an age-old practice. Advance registration is required.
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Feb 22, 2022, 12:30pm — 1:30pm
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