Bengala Mud Dyeing: Silk Scarf
Japanese Bengala dyes are made from soil and are environmentally safe and fun to use. Learn about the history and cultural significance of this unique dye form as you dye silk scarves. This is not a soaking dye, so be ready to knead the material! $15 supply fee payable to the instructor on the day of class.
WGM – Preserving and advancing the arts of weaving, spinning, and dyeing.Since its founding in 1940 by six women, including Hilma Berglund, the Weavers Guild of Minnesota has established itself as a nationally-recognized resource for the arts of weaving, spinning, and dyeing. The Guild offers classes and events year round, serving nearly 700 new and experienced fiber artists each year. It was the catalyst in the formation of the Textile Center, where the Guild currently maintains classroom, retail, and library space.