Get more perfect patterns and figure out how to nail those techniques you learned in the beginner class. Plus we'll get more complicated!
More difficult techniques are shown like Tatsumaki, Miura, Yanagi and Kumo. As well as Nui, a beginner stitch resist. More tricks to get better designs will be shown as well as moving your blocks or binding to create layered tones and depth to your pieces.
We will also introduce color! Learn how to incorporate fiber reactive dyes into your patterns. Each student will get to choose one color, and share with your fellow classmates, so we have a good array going. Typically each student will have time to add color to one piece. Because this technique requires a longer "batch" time, you may need to bring this project home.
This class is a lot of fun! It helps if you already took the beginner shibori class here or at Brooklyn Brainery. If you have experience with some shibori techniques on your own, you are welcome to try this class out though.
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