I taught a workshop!
A few people I know have been asking me to show them how to do some dyeing, so I finally picked a day and did it. There were six of us in all (me included) and we did it in my backyard on what couldn’t have been a nicer day. I decided to do a shibori and indigo dye class, which was so easy because I already had all of the supplies from my own dyeing experiments ready to go.
We went from about 10:30 am to 3:30 pm with a lunch break in the middle, although once people got in the groove it was hard to get them to stop and eat!
I taught everyone four different techniques and then left them to it, being there to help along the way. It was so cool to see what everyone did and the final results were all fantastic. The general feedback is that they are all hooked and can’t wait to do it again and I feel exactly the same way!
There have been a few occasions in the past couple years when I have been asked to come teach a class or workshop, either it be dyeing or hand stitching and quilting, but things never seem to work out timing-wise. So I decided to take matters into my own hands and start running some workshops on my own, getting some practice in so I can be ready for the next request. These lovely people were great guinea pigs and I am so excited to get out there and do it again!