2 + 9 July 2022 I Print with Natural Dye Extracts I Morley College

Learn to mix natural dye print pastes and apply and fix design techniques to fabric swatches. Explore a range of processes using natural dye extracts, kitchen waste and colour modifiers to create pattern through stencils and polychromatics. Build a small portfolio with recipes to further knowledge in this exciting field of colour.

Two Saturdays, 10 – 4pm

Course code: W21TTSE03A

£100

61, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7HT

For more info and to enrol:

https://www.morleycollege.ac.uk/courses/course/print-with-natural-dye-extracts-2/

 

 

23 September 2022 I Natural Dyeing with Kitchen Botanicals I Royal Horticultural Society

Discover the joy of natural dyeing and creating colour from plants readily available from your own kitchen, garden or allotment. Explore the history of this fascinating heritage craft and learn about contemporary practice in this field. Come away with a beautiful colour card of swatches and recipes and the confidence to further experiment on your own. Enjoy a beautiful day in stunning surroundings

10.30 – 3.30pm Friday

RHS Garden, Hyde Hall, Creephedge Lane, Chelmsford CM3 8RA

https://gardentickets.rhs.org.uk/rhshh/sessions.aspx?tid=40

https://www.rhs.org.uk/gardens/hyde-hall/viewevent?EFID=2806&ESRC=CMS

7 – 9 October 2022 I Nature Journal I West Dean College of Arts and Conservation

Enjoy connecting with others and the elements to create a foundation of creative ideas to spring from. This course will deepen your connection to nature and encourage you to try out exciting methods to develop unique new works. Your Nature Journal book will be a useful resource to work in alongside further experiments on paper and fabric.

By the end of the course you will have gained confidence in creating colours from nature on fabric, learnt to prepare a light sensitive solution and how to apply it successfully to make cyanotype prints and deepened your knowledge of process and practice in seasonally connected activities.

https://www.westdean.org.uk

10 Jan – 7 Feb 2023 I Seasonal Natural Dyeing Winter I Morley College

Create a natural dye palette using plant extracts and seasonal foraging. Print with natural dye extracts and print discharge methods to remove colour and create pattern. Experiment with a range of pattern and mark making techniques on various fabric bases such as fine woven wool, peace silk and organic cotton and linen. Explore current thinking around issues of sustainability in textiles and current innovations including new fibre types.

Five Tuesdays, 10 – 4pm

£265

Course code: W22TTSE02B

61, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7HT

For more info and to enrol: https://www.morleycollege.ac.uk/courses/course/seasonal-natural-dyeing-winter/

 

14 + 21 January 2023 I Natural Dyeing TASTER I Morley College

Discover the beauty of natural dyes from plants and botanical extracts in a 2 day taster, exploring colour potential in a creative and friendly environment. This is a fun introduction and can stand alone or be followed up with Seasonal Natural Dyeing Spring, learning how to identify and grow dye plants that yield colour.

Two Saturdays, 10 – 4pm

£105

Course code: W22TTSE01B

For more info and to enrol: https://www.morleycollege.ac.uk/courses/course/natural-dyeing-taster/natural-dyeing-taster-2/

 

18 April – 16 May 2023 I Seasonal Natural Dyeing Spring I Morley College

Grow and identify dye plants and utilise the Morley dye garden. Experiment with seasonal plant dyeing, contact printing, solar dyeing and eco printing. Create and test natural dye mordants on a variety of fabrics. Plan a dye garden design. Develop a beautiful book of samples and recipes.

Five Tuesdays, 10 – 4pm

£265

Course code: W22TTSE02C

61, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7HT

https://www.morleycollege.ac.uk/courses/course/seasonal-natural-dyeing-spring/

6 June – 4 July 2023 I Seasonal Natural Dyeing Summer I Morley College

Research seasonal natural dyeing on sustainable fabrics. Explore contemporary natural dye practise globally and links to ritual, medicine and folklore. Utilise plants from the Morley dye garden. Develop with support an individual project to showcase your design development.

Five Tuesdays, 10 – 4pm
£265
Course code : W22TTSE02D