Indigo Dye Scarves

Sunday, November 19, 2017

1:00 – 3:00 p.m.


Instructor: Kelsi Dean

Join artist, educator, and naturalist, Kelsi Dean, in creating beautiful scarves while using ancient dying techniques.  Indigo dye, which comes from a plant, is one of the oldest (thousands of years!) dyes used for coloring fabrics and the one still used today to color blue jeans. This natural dye process has long been and is still used in many cultures around the world. The unique characteristics of indigo dyeing make it easy to create wonderful resist patterns on fabric.

Cost: $55 non-museum members/$50 museum members

Call the Museum to register. 301-739-5727