Make a silk foulard with shibori technique

Make a silk foulard with shibori technique

Description

According to our directions, you will paint a silk foulard –that you will take home after the course– using shibori technique, a Japanese cloth dyeing process that, through pressures, allows to obtain prints between the parts that are subjected to pressure and the ones that are not. Choose the colours you want and come and have a great creative time. Fun and amazing result guaranteed!

About us

As master craftswomen since 2013, we really love silk and combine our painting and sewing skills to create unique pieces. We would be pleased to show you the magic of silk and to share our know-how with you!

Website

desedamas.com/

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Summary of the experience

  • Price

    40€ per person
  • Calendar

    Calendar Consult calendar on our website

  • Includes

    • All the necessary material
  • Duration

    2 and a half hours

  • Aimed at

    All types of public (children accompanied)

  • Number of people

    8 people per workshop. Limited places and capacity for health reasons

  • Accessibility

    • Accessible to people with reduced mobility
    • Accessible to people with sensory disabilities
    • Accessible to people with intellectual disabilities
  • Location

    Carrer Pujada de la Serra, 13
    08779 La Llacuna

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  • Access

    With car

    By bus from Barcelona a http://hillsabus.com/Webnova/horari-express.pdf

    By bus from Igualada http://www.masatstransport.com/index.php/ca/horaris/n2-igualada-la-llacuna

    • No prior skills or experience required
    • It is recommended to bring clothes that can get dirty or an apron.
    • The activity is accompanied by tea/refreshment and biscuits.
    • If you are a group, contact us directly to arrange a date.

ABOUT US

As master craftswomen since 2013, we really love silk and combine our painting and sewing skills to create unique pieces. We would be pleased to show you the magic of silk and to share our know-how with you!

Website

desedamas.com/

Social networks

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