Linda Hartshorn – April 2017

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indigo shibori

Linda Hartshorn is known for unique dyework and lively use of color in her handwoven textiles. With over fifteen years of teaching experience, Linda enjoys leading workshops all over the country. She recently opened Lost Coast Weaving Studio in the mountains of Northern California, where she holds classes and creates her own work. Linda is a two-time winner of the Victor Thomas Jacoby Award.

INDIGO SHIBORI
Linda Hartshorn Lecture & Workshop

Lecture
Natural Dyes and Hand Woven Textiles

April 5, 2017
10:30 am to 12:00 pm
Luther Burbank Garden Center, 2050 Yulupa Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA
Non-Guild members welcome.

Workshop
Indigo Shibori

Two-day workshop on April 6 & 7, 2017
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Luther Burbank Garden Center, 2050 Yulupa Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA

Indigo has unique properties that make it ideal for resist dyeing. Shibori is the Japanese art of stitching, tying, binding, and clamping cloth to create resists. Prepare the indigo vat and dye your prepared fabrics. Open them to reveal beautiful dyed patterns! Learn the Japanese shibori techniques of kumo, itajime, and arashi. Use indigo alone for traditional blue and white, or in combination with other natural dyes for wonderful color effects. $25 materials fee. Minimum of 10 participants; maximum of 15 participants.

  • 2-day workshop for Guild members: $90 (includes materials fee)
  • 2-day workshop for non-Guild members: $100 (includes materials fee)

Cancellation Policy: Refunds will only be made for cancellations if the remaining registration meets the minimum participant requirement for the workshop. Refunds will not be made for workshop costs already incurred at the time of cancellation (such as material fees).

Please contact Terry Leech, tmleech@yahoo.com, for reservations by February 22, 2017

Workshop Registration, Payment, Refund and Cancellation Policy

  1. Registrations for workshops will be accepted in the order received.
  2. Full payment for the workshop must be received within 3 days of registration in order to hold a participant’s place.
  3. Refunds will only be made for cancellations if the remaining registration meets the minimum participant requirement for the workshop. (The minimum participation requirement is the number of participants it takes to totally pay for the workshop.)
  4. Refunds will not be made for workshop costs already incurred at the time of cancellation (such as material fees).
  5. If the workshop is cancelled, participants will receive a full refund except for cost already incurred (see #4)
  6. All registration must be made and paid in full at least 5 weeks before the date of the workshop.
  7. If the minimum number of participants have not registered and paid for 5 weeks before the date of the workshop, the workshop shall be cancelled.