Due to the national health State of Emergency, the meeting for March has been cancelled. March Regular Meeting Presentation by Gil Melo, Bunyaad Rug Representative From his years of experience in the hand knotted rug […]
Karen, Christina and Michael are looking justly proud of some of their shibori results from last Saturday’s class with indigo. Clamping, pole wrapping, stitching–they fearlessly tried them all. Below, Karen concentrates on undoing her stitch […]
Happy participants in the Indigo Shibori workshop with a few of their creations.
Sampling first! Instructor Ginny Eckley (left) inspecting the small silk samples done to learn the technique. Then the class went to work planning their two silk scarf projects. These are a few of them. The […]
Daniel Garver’s IKAT workshop (from Feb 28th to March 3rd , total 4 days). Minimum 12 to maximum 15 participants. Total fee is $225.00 per person including materials fee. Level- Intermediate. No prior experience in ikat […]
Daniel Garver is currently one of the Artists-In-Residence at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft. He works as a weaver stating, “From fragments of drawings, weavings take shape and present new regulations and constraints, which […]
You might be if you miss this meeting. Saturday, April 21, 2018, 10 A.M. Connie Elliott will present on indigo along with the DVD, “Blue Alchemy”. She has a deep knowledge and experience with indigo, […]
Din recommends this article on Cochineal: http://www.bbc.com/culture/story/20180202-the-insect-that-painted-europe-red?ocid=ww.social.link.email “King Charles V of Spain saw in cochineal an opportunity to prop up the crown’s coffers “
January 14, 2018 Sunday, 10-4 pm Guild House. Crocheting a coaster Kumihimo a keychain Knitting a coaster Felting a coaster Embroidery on a squareMachine Quilt Piecing Kool-Aid Dyeing or Indigo Pot Weaving a bookmark on […]
Workshop organized by Nadia Khan and taught by Akemi Cohn. Akemi Nakano Cohn www.akemistudio.com www.akeminakanocohn.blogspot.com
Tracy suggested the article “In Mexico, Weavers Embrace Natural Alternatives to Toxic Dyes” for the blog today. Click here to see the full article.