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Once per week
over 2 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Textile dyeing is a world of possibilities. Acid and fiber reactive dyeing can be a great way to introduce young learners to that colorful world! In this class, students will dye two items while learning the following: - How to safely dye textiles using acid dyes (using Kool-Aid!) and fiber reactive dyes - What the difference is between cellulose, protein and synthetic fibers - Why dyeing is considered a science as well as an art form - The chemistry at work during the dyeing process Day...
I have several years of experience as a professional dye artist and owned my own textile dyeing shop. Some of my work included dyeing baby carriers and wraps, fabric yardage, wool and cotton yarn, clothing items and miscellaneous household items. I enjoy dyeing all types of fibers and have taught local classes on tie dyeing, galaxy and dip-dyeing, and batik. I also administrate several dyeing blogs, channels and tutorial groups, troubleshooting and assisting new dyers from around the world. I love working with permanent dyes, and am excited to share my love of dyeing with my students!
3 files available upon enrollmentStudents will be required to acquire the following in advance (supply list upon enrollment explains in detail): - Tulip One-Step tie dye kit (the kit with bottles and dye pre-measured, available at most craft and hobby stores), or any type of fiber reactive dye (a popular brand is Dharma Trading Co, available online only). (Week 1) - Two items to dye. For the first class, the item must be 100% cotton. A plain white t-shirt or tank is preferred. For our second class, item must be wool, nylon or silk. Suggested items: silk scarf, wool yarn, or nylon shirt or tights. If selecting a nylon item, please ensure the tag says 100% nylon and not polyester or a different synthetic blend. Silk scarves or handkerchiefs are easy to find online or in local stores, and make great Waldorf-style play silks as well. If you choose wool yarn, tie it into a skein prior to class starting. - Kool-Aid packets (1 packet per ounce of fabric/yarn, or as many colors as you will want to use). Make sure they are unsweetened (no sugar added)! Preferred colors: red, blue, yellow and blue. (Week 2) - White vinegar (Week 2) - Rubber bands: at least 4-5 - Glass microwaveable bowl - Liquid measuring cup (ounces) - Plastic Saran wrap and plastic grocery bag - Warm water - Microwave
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1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Unschooling Arts & Life Skills Educator
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
836 total reviews
802 completed classes
Welcome to Outschool! My name is Ms. Astrid and I am an unschooling mom of three, certified dance instructor and professional artist. I studied dance, theater and music at College of the Canyons in Santa Clarita, CA and am a certified instructor...