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10/5/16 - Tick Tock Tick Tock.... Welcome New in 2016 Vendors!  Recent updates include: FiberFlame kids schedule, Cooking Demos (including a Chopped! star), and the Fiber Arts Demos, and equipment auction details.
NEW this year! 
Tractor Mac! will visit us with his be red tractor reading from his books to the kids. Also herding down from the Great White North is the CORPUS theater troupe to inspire our imaginations as sheep. Don’t forget, the official website is www.sheepandwool.com.
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Friday, October 14 • 9:00am - 4:00pm
Moody Blues - SOLD OUT LIMITED

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One day intensive dye workshop using natural dye extracts.  

For this class we will be using a wide variety of dyestuffs along with indigo to produce a palette of complex blues, greens, purples and turquoise/teals.  Indigo is the primary basis for this class that will use a natural vat to dye and overdye wool/mohair yarn samples.  Our color range, while limited to one particular section of the color wheel, will explore both bright and intense as well as subtle and muted hues.  We will layer 2 and 3 colors to build a formula base and develop skill working with indigo to produce approximately 50 color samples 

Please note, these extracts have been developed for the commercial dye market and while relatively non-toxic are very colorfast.  Each student will receive a comprehensive dye notebook with workshop instructions as well as notes for working on your own to dye yarns.   Included in the notebook will be a set of dye samples produced in class.

Experience: All levels.  This is not a difficult class for beginners.

Please note this class will be held in a heated tent and your hands will be in and out of water.

Jane can be reached at jane@brigidsfarm.com with any questions.

Instructors
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Jane Woodhouse

Jane has spent the last 36 years working as a production weaver. In 1991 she earned an MFA from San Francisco State University with a concentration in textiles.  | | She currently lives in Peacham, Vermont on Brigid's Farm which is home to a small flock of Border Leicester X sheep, natural colored angora goats and dairy goats. Her mail order business and on-farm studio specialize in natural dyes. She teaches regularly in her studio but... Read More →



Friday October 14, 2016 9:00am - 4:00pm
Bld D Tents

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