Earth Day Festival Indigo Dye Workshop - April 28

Earth Day Festival Indigo Dye Workshop - April 28

  • $20.00


BYOF - Bring Your Own Fabric to upcycle with indigo dye! *Includes socks!

To celebrate Earth Day we're hosting an indigo dye workshop to refresh an old or well loved garment with new life of beautiful blues. 

Indigo is a pigment extracted from the leaves of indigo-bearing plants and is the oldest natural source of blue dye in the world. Humans have used indigo to dye natural fibers for thousands of years, with traditions spanning continents and cultures.

*Ticket includes hand-on techniques of traditional tie dye patterns and Japanese Shibori patterns. All materials to dye your garment from home (see list below) PLUS a new pair of socks will be provided with apron, gloves, take-home material of folding techniques and examples. 

Date/Time: Sunday April 28th, time TBA
Location; Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival - Alameda Park, 1400 Santa Barbara St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101

**The Santa Barbara Earth Day festival is one of the longest-running Earth Day celebrations in the country – and is believed to be one of the largest Earth Day festivals on the West Coast. Santa Barbara’s environmental reputation attracts national media, celebrity attention, and local crowds.