Shibori Jewellery Naturally Dyed and Beaded

with Cathy Moon

Wednesday 26th to Friday 28th August 2020 (3 days)

£295 (there may be a small additional fee for materials, more details later)

Plus £7 per day for lunch (optional) – most dietary requirements catered for

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You will use Shibori stitching and Arashi Shibori techniques to make 3-dimensional forms that can be fashioned into sculptural jewellery wearables – earrings, neckpieces, arm cuffs and brooches – over this 3 day workshop. Silk organza, naturally dyed using Madder, Pomegranate, Brazilwood, Logwood and Iron Rust, will produce vibrant and striking colours for your jewellery pieces. There is also the option for further embellishment with seed beads or other beads of your choice. By the end of this workshop you can expect to have completed a number of jewellery pieces that will complement any wardrobe and be the envy of your friends!!

Suitable for the complete novice through to those with experience of Shibori and natural dyes.

About the tutor

Cathy Moon is a Shibori artist from Brisbane, Australia who produces one of a kind wearables and art pieces using Shibori techniques influenced by the huge variety of rich and intense colours that are so much a part of the Australian landscape.

Her formal studies in Textiles and Design led her to an in-depth exploration of fabrics and dyes, and her practice focuses on the use of natural dyes sourced from all over the world.

She has taught extensively throughout Australia, exhibited at the World Shibori Symposiums in Paris and Hong Kong, and had work purchased by both galleries and private collectors.

Examples of her work can be viewed on her website and she has been published in Textile Fibre Forum Magazine, Embellish Magazine, and Textiles, The Art of Mankind by Mary Schoeser.

Cathy Moon Shibori Jewellery 1

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Cathy Moon Shibori Jewellery 3