Mokume Shibori & its variations: Gangi Mokume, Nuisuji, Karamatsu

Saturday, November 06 2021 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM [PDT]

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DIGITAL WEBINAR: 11/06/21 - Mokume Shibori & its variations: gangi-mokume, Nuisuji, Karamatsu: 1-Day Workshop Partial Approval - $175.00

Sales end on 11/06/2021

The workshop will take place on Saturday, 3 hours on 06 November 2021. This ticket is for interested parties who intend on participating in this workshop via Zoom online conference. The workshop fee of $175 includes fabrics from Japan, History & Technical Information document, and recording from a class for you to review for six months. You will need a shibori stand or use a large C-Clamp stabilized on a table, shibori stitching thread, and many appropriate needles. To purchase some of these items, go to the SFS online shop and use the DISCOUNT CODE that you can find in your confirmation email. Please note that each student will cover the priority shipping cost of the complimentary workshop fabric from Berkeley, CA.

IN-PERSON BERKELEY ANNEX: 11/06/21 - Mokume Shibori & its variations: gangi-mokume, Nuisuji, Karamatsu: 1-Day Workshop Partial Approval - $175.00

Sales end on 11/06/2021

The workshop will take place on Saturday, 3 hours on 06 November 2021. This ticket is for interested parties who intend on participating in this workshop in person at the Berkeley, CA annex location (1825 8th St, Berkeley, CA). The workshop fee of $175 includes fabrics from Japan, History & Technical Information document, and recording from a class for you to review for six months. You will need a shibori stand or use a large C-Clamp stabilized on a table, shibori stitching thread, and many appropriate needles. To purchase some of these items, go to the SFS online shop and use the DISCOUNT CODE that you can find in your confirmation email. Please note that each student will cover the priority shipping cost of the complimentary workshop fabric from Berkeley, CA.

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Saturday, November 06 2021 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM [PDT]

Stitching as a way of resisting the dye has been explored by the Japanese artisans to a great extent. Arimatsu artisans have been ingenious in innovating a variety of ways to create dynamic designs on cotton yukata, kimono, and tenugui. This workshop will specifically cover Mokume Shibori, which is a type of stitch-resist created by parallel running stitches along the weft of a fabric to produce a classic namesake pattern reminiscent of wood grain. Mokume Shibori allows boundless creative interpretations such as Gangi Mokume, Karamatsu, and Nuisuji patterns and techniques. You will have an opportunity to share your experiments and samples and be introduced to artisans’ methods. Learn to use tools that will heighten your ability to create your own hand-dyed textile masterpieces.