If you’re anything like me, you maybe have a bit of a fabric habit. Who can resist those lovely batiks? Or the great textures and patterns? And the colors! Maybe that habit isn’t so small 😉
In the upcoming Dip, Dye, and Dabble Day Camp, you can indulge your fabric habit while creating your own dyed fabrics. Instructor Pat Sturtzel is a fabric artist, teacher, and quilter who makes some truly luscious fabrics. Take a look at this log cabin she quilted during a rental here at the showroom:
Aren’t those colors fabulous! During the three day, hands on camp, Pat will help you create your own beautiful fabrics using a variety of dyeing techniques like shibori, batik, over-dyeing, and creating color gradations. We’ll even be creating our own unique stamps to make prints, like the fabrics Pat used in this quilt:
At the end of the camp, you’ll have about 32 fat quarters of fabric to take home and use on your next quilt! If you would like to know more about Pat or the Dip, Dye, and Dabble Day Camp, you can click here. We only have room for a limited number of students, so be sure to register soon! You can register for the camp here.