Create your own vibrant and colorful batik fabric. You’ll experiment with fiber-reactive dyes to layer colors and print on cotton fat quarters (18″ x 22″), working with beeswax, soy wax, wooden print blocks and the instructor’s collection of antique Indonesian tjaps (copper stamps). Suitable for quilters or anyone interested in textile surface design!
Anne Landre has experimented with resist techniques, using fabric and dye for the past 15 years, including studies with Mary Jo Scandin, Anita Mayer and Mary Mendla. Her batik and shibori pieces often appear in the Sievers Shop. Discover more about Anne and see samples of her recent work at: www.threadingwater.com. Karen Zeman learned and fell in love with batik in college as an Interior Design major. Later, she took classes in batik and other surface design methods at Sievers. Batik is a magical process and Karen continues to enjoy it, working at her home studio.
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