Dye, Paint, and Draw on your own Silk Scarf

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silk scarf dyeing

Please join us for a fun and colorful workshop on May 28th to learn how to add color to a silk scarf. We will be teaching you how you can use Sharpie Markers at home to create unique and wonderful color combinations and designs, as well as introducing you to some special dyes especially made for silk.

Green Scarf Made with Sharpie Markers

A class takes about an hour and you will leave with your finished scarf!  Class times are 2pm, 3pm and 4pm on Saturday May 28th, and the fee including your 100% silk scarf and supplies is $20

 

Please call to make your reservation at (909) 584-9615 – space is limited.

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Red Scarf Hand Dyed and Drawn on

 These are the simplest scarves and can be finished with markers or not.  The red and green scarves involved markers on the whole scarf.  We have lots of colors and you can blend a new color or use more than one color.  I will be there to guide you!  It’s impossible to ruin one of these scarves!  Come and have fun with us!

Once you’ve tried this for yourself we know you’ll be as addicted as we are, so it’s a good thing that the sky is the limit with these. You can use this to make your own curtains, tablecloths, skirts, blouses, shawls and so much more. These scarves also make super quick and easy Christmas and Birthday presents!

 


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