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A couple of weeks ago I took an Indigo dying class with Sara Ashford at her Culler Studio located at TwispWorks. What fun! In addition to learning about the dye process, we learned how to fold and shape our cloth to make different patterns. There was a lot of experimentation. We used quite a few interesting tools to shape the dye – big metal washers, plastic pipe, string, clothes pins, clamps, pennies; the list goes on and on. When it was over we all had  couple of unique silk scarves. Some of us did some samplers on cotton or linen of our own and some students brought shirts and scarves to experiment with. It is always good to learn something new! Thanks Sara!

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