Indigo-Dyed Boro Scarf Class

Thu. Oct 7, 2021 6:30pm - 9:00pm CDT
18 and Over
12 days away
$55.00 - $65.00
18 and Over
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12 days away
$55.00 - $65.00
18 and Over
Event Description

Learn two fiber art processes to create a contemporary “distressed” scarf! Sarah Cady will teach Shibori, one of the earliest Japanese tie-dyeing techniques, which will create patterns on fabric with natural indigo dye. Weeks two and three are with Judy Lemish where you will piece together you dyed fabric with other upcycled cotton textiles. Using sashiko, or hand running stitches sewn with special thread through the layers of cloth, you can create pattern while reinforcing the fabric in your scarf. Derived from the Japanese boroboro, meaning something tattered or repaired, boro refers to the practice of reworking and repairing textiles. Learn more about the tradition of recycling and reworking pre-existing textiles.


Thursdays beginning October 7, 6:30-9pm for 3 weeks


Open to ages 18+. All supplies included in class fee.


ISU $55
Public $65


Registration Notes: A $1 MidwesTix service fee will be applied to each ticket, and a 3% processing fee will be applied to online purchases. ISU price is available for current students, faculty & staff only. Bring your ISU ID to the first class to avoid an upcharge to the public price.


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Class Cancellation Policy


Classes require a minimum number of participants. If the minimum enrollment is not met, classes are subject to cancellation. If a class is cancelled, registered participants will be notified and issued a refund. If you register for a class and cannot attend, you must notify us at least 1 week in advance of the start date of the class for a refund minus a $5 processing fee. No refunds will be given after the one week notice deadline.

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Registration Options
ISU + More Details $55.00
Public $65.00
Venue Details
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Workspace at The ISU Memorial Union 2229 Lincoln Way
Ames, IA 50014