Dyeing montage.jpeg Horizontal TabsDescription Learn how to mix primary-colored dyes to obtain a personal palette that expresses your favorite colors in this one-day workshop with fiber artist Rita Petteys! Saturday, October 26, 2019 Registration Fee: $110 (includes $25 materials fee) *K-12 Educators: Earn 6 State of Michigan SCECH clock hours by attending this workshop. Register Here Take your dyeing and understanding of colors to a new level with this class, in which you will learn all about mixing primary-colored dyes to obtain a personal palette that expresses your favorite colors. We will talk extensively about the color vocabulary (hue, shade, tint, tone, etc.), work with color tools to help analyze the composition of your palette, then start dyeing! We will spend some time making samples of your palette and finessing your dyeing technique. When you have a set of samples you like, you will dye yarn or fiber to express your palette. Students will take away a set of samples that they developed in dyeing their personal palette, and at least two skeins of yarn or the equivalent amount of fiber. A bibliography of reference materials, plus forms/spreadsheets that assist with creating specific formulas, are also included in the class. Register Here for the Yarn Dyeing Package Extend your experience and sign up for both Fiber/Yarn Dyeing: Color Mixing your Personal Palette and Yarn Dyeing for Beginners and Beyond and receive a price break on your registration. Enjoy two days of fiber and yarn dyeing for only $195, including supplies! Faculty Rita Petteys Instructor of Visual Arts, Interlochen College of Creative Arts Schedule Supplies A materials fee of $25, included as a part of the registration fee, covers the cost of two skeins of merino superwash yarn, dye, chemicals, handouts, and access to auxiliary equipment. This class is messy, so please wear old clothes and shoes that you don't mind getting dirty. You may also want to bring along an old apron. You should also bring color ideas that you would like for your project, along with a pair of rubber gloves and a dust mask to wear while measuring dye powder.