Organic Indigo Workshop at Tinyfield Roofhop Farm- Brooklyn , NY- 9/27/16 6:30-9:30pm

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Organic Indigo Workshop at Tinyfield Roofhop Farm- Brooklyn , NY- 9/27/16 6:30-9:30pm

50.00

Unlike most modern indigo dye vats that are prepared quickly with a chemical reducing agent, this workshop will use only sugar and natural ingredients to activate the indigo dyeing power of the vat. Indigo is unlike any other natural dye process in many ways and the blue color produced is rich, complex and unparalleled in beauty. This dye is perfectly suited for experimenting with shibori- traditional tie, bindand stitch techniques. Learn the science behind the nature of indigo while experiencing the alchemistic wonder of it’s transformation from indigo white to blue!

Each participant will leave with a finished dyed piece, resources lists and instructional guide on how to repeat the process at home. Participants are also encouraged to bring their own natural fiber (cotton, wool, silk, linen, etc.) garments to dye.

Tinyfield Roofhop Farm is a small-scale, rooftop farm growing microgreens, salad greens, edible flowers, and hops in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. Their goal is to provide high quality, hyper-local produce to consumers, restaurants, and markets. Their “roofhop” farm was created to transform underused urban space into a robust ecosystem that also provides a vibrant space for community events and social gatherings. Tinyfield builds a collaborative experience for diners and drinkers alike, connecting the worlds of local agriculture and microbrewing. But most importantly, they are part of a movement for urban farmers to grow big dreams on a tiny field.

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