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Natural Dyeing: Transform Cloth Using Food Dyes with The Dogwood Dyer by Liz Spencer (Skillshare)

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SkillMapper rating:

100%

Start date:

Self-Paced

Amount of students:

3.3K

duration:

1 hours

Downloadable resources:

11

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Insightful, valuable and clear Teaching (14%)
Good and logic Introduction (14%)
Useful and practical Content (13%)
Applied fundamentals and worthy instructor (11%)
Recommended, Engaging and Informative (10%)

Course content

1. INTRO 1:11

2. OVERVIEW OF NATURAL COLOR 5:33

3. KEY CONCEPTS 4:49

4. COLLECTING YOUR DYESTUFF 1:05

5. ESSENTIAL TOOLS 1:09

6. SCOURING & PRE FIXING 11:40

7. EXTRACTING COLOR FROM FOOD 4:10

8. COLOR MODIFICATION & CARE 2:22

9. MODERN TIE DYE- SHIBORI 15:02

10. DYEING 4:05

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Overview

This is a class on how to use food waste to create beautiful colors using traditional natural dyeing techniques. The class teacher is Liz, and she will be leading a project in her professional dye studio. This project is for anyone looking to create and experiment with beautiful colors without doing any harm to the planet, your home and your body. People can use food waste to create a variety of beautiful colors, without any harm being done to the planet or to their body.

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Students appreciated the helpfulness and simplicity of the Dogwood Dyer's natural eco-dying class. They found the information on natural dyeing options and color selection to be valuable. The tips on using food wastes for dyeing treatments were also well-received. The results from the first class were pleasing, and the instructor's introduction to natural dyeing was inspiring.

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Some students found the class to be more complex than expected. This may have been a challenge for them. Overall, there were no major recurring issues or critical feedback provided by the students. However, there is room for improvement in clarifying the level of complexity in the class to manage students' expectations.

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