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  • #B100 Indigo Dyeing Workshop (July 7th session only) (Member)
    $65.00

    #B100 Saturday, July 7th ~Indigo dying!

    With Danette Pratt and Ann Judy

    Cost: $65 for Members, $72 for Non-members (July 7th only)

    Learn simple shibori tied and clamped techniques with fabric that will then be placed in an indigo vat to produce fabulous indigo patterned cloth. Your dyed cloth will be used in Day 2 of this 2 part textile workshop.  The unique dyed designs will be the inspiration for Part 2 of this workshop, should participants choose to take the both sessions.

    (Shibori: an ancient Japanese resist dye technique that involves creating, folding, stitching, binding, knotting and dyeing to create beautiful and well defined patterns) All Materials are provided.

    There is a 14 person maximum for this workshop, so register online today

  • #B100.a Indigo Dyeing and Quilting Workshop (2 sessions July 7th, and 14) (Member)
    $115.00

    #B100 Saturday, July 7th ~Indigo dying!

    With Danette Pratt and Ann Judy

    Cost: $65 for Members, $72 for Non-members (July 7th only)

    Learn simple shibori tied and clamped techniques with fabric that will then be placed in an indigo vat to produce fabulous indigo patterned cloth. Your dyed cloth will be used in Day 2 of this 2 part textile workshop.  The unique dyed designs will be the inspiration for Part 2 of this workshop, should participants choose to take the both sessions.

    (Shibori: an ancient Japanese resist dye technique that involves creating, folding, stitching, binding, knotting and dyeing to create beautiful and well defined patterns) All Materials are provided.

    There is a 14 person maximum for this workshop, so register online today

    #B100.a Saturday, July 14th ~ Small machine quilting!

    With Meta Van Nostran and Mary Roediger

    Cost: $115 for Members, $127 for Non-Members (July 7th and 14th, this is for both the workshops)

    Participants will use their indigo dyed pieces to make a small art quilt.  The unique dyed designs will be the inspiration for this improvisational quilting experience.  Let your indigo creation dictate the aesthetics as you create a one of a kind piece of fabric art.  You do not need to know how to quilt.  You will be introduced to machine quilting techniques using the fabric studio’s sewing machines, or you can bring your own sewing machine.

    Bring you indigo fabric from the first workshop!

    There is an 10 person maximum for this workshop so register today.

    Did you know? Thursday nights in the fiber studio are free and open to the public!  If you don’t finish your project or want to take it further, drop by on Thursday nights!  for more information: https://dairybarn.org/fiber-wednesdays/ 

    Register right here online!  Make sure you enter the Catalog number indicating the dyeing only workshop (#B100) or the combination of workshops to include the quilting session (#B100.a)

  • #B100.a Indigo Dyeing and Quilting Workshop (2 sessions July 7th, and 14) (Non-Member)
    $127.00

    #B100 Saturday, July 7th ~Indigo dying!

    With Danette Pratt and Ann Judy

    Cost: $65 for Members, $72 for Non-members (July 7th only)

    Learn simple shibori tied and clamped techniques with fabric that will then be placed in an indigo vat to produce fabulous indigo patterned cloth. Your dyed cloth will be used in Day 2 of this 2 part textile workshop.  The unique dyed designs will be the inspiration for Part 2 of this workshop, should participants choose to take the both sessions.

    (Shibori: an ancient Japanese resist dye technique that involves creating, folding, stitching, binding, knotting and dyeing to create beautiful and well defined patterns) All Materials are provided.

    There is a 14 person maximum for this workshop, so register online today

    #B100.a Saturday, July 14th ~ Small machine quilting!

    With Meta Van Nostran and Mary Roediger

    Cost: $115 for Members, $127 for Non-Members (July 7th and 14th, this is for both the workshops)

    Participants will use their indigo dyed pieces to make a small art quilt.  The unique dyed designs will be the inspiration for this improvisational quilting experience.  Let your indigo creation dictate the aesthetics as you create a one of a kind piece of fabric art.  You do not need to know how to quilt.  You will be introduced to machine quilting techniques using the fabric studio’s sewing machines, or you can bring your own sewing machine.

    Bring you indigo fabric from the first workshop!

    There is an 10 person maximum for this workshop so register today.

    Did you know? Thursday nights in the fiber studio are free and open to the public!  If you don’t finish your project or want to take it further, drop by on Thursday nights!  for more information: https://dairybarn.org/fiber-wednesdays/ 

    Register right here online!  Make sure you enter the Catalog number indicating the dyeing only workshop (#B100) or the combination of workshops to include the quilting session (#B100.a)

  • #B100 Indigo Dyeing Workshop (July 7th session only) (Non-Member)
    $72.00

    #B100 Saturday, July 7th ~Indigo dying!

    With Danette Pratt and Ann Judy

    Cost: $65 for Members, $72 for Non-members (July 7th only)

    Learn simple shibori tied and clamped techniques with fabric that will then be placed in an indigo vat to produce fabulous indigo patterned cloth. Your dyed cloth will be used in Day 2 of this 2 part textile workshop.  The unique dyed designs will be the inspiration for Part 2 of this workshop, should participants choose to take the both sessions.

    (Shibori: an ancient Japanese resist dye technique that involves creating, folding, stitching, binding, knotting and dyeing to create beautiful and well defined patterns) All Materials are provided.

    There is a 14 person maximum for this workshop, so register online today

  • #B098 Soap Making Workshop (Non-Member)
    $55.00

    July 21st from 1:00-3:00

    Catalog #B098

    Join the fabulous Jane Hill, creator and owner of Harley’s Soaps for this exciting workshop.  Jane will teach you how to make cold process castile soaps.  She will walk you through each measurement and mix as you choose from a huge variety of fragrances and colors.  After learning the ticks of the trade, you will take home:

  • #B099 Farm to Fashion: Raw Fleece to Yarn (Non-Member)
    $130.00

    A 3 part workshop…

    Catalog #B099

    A series of workshops to learn how to process raw wool fleece from the farm and then, using a variety of methods, create a beautiful finished product.

    Cost: $118 for Members/$130 Non Members

    Tuesday evenings 5:30-7:30pm

    Instructors: Meta Van Nostran and Danette Pratt

  • #B099 Farm to Fashion: Raw Fleece to Yarn (Member)
    $118.00

    A 3 part workshop…

    Catalog #B099

    A series of workshops to learn how to process raw wool fleece from the farm and then, using a variety of methods, create a beautiful finished product.

    Cost: $118 for Members/$130 Non Members

    Tuesday evenings 5:30-7:30pm

    Instructors: Meta Van Nostran and Danette Pratt

  • #B098 Soap Making Workshop (Member)
    $50.00

    July 21st from 1:00-3:00

    Catalog #B098

    Join the fabulous Jane Hill, creator and owner of Harley’s Soaps for this exciting workshop.  Jane will teach you how to make cold process castile soaps.  She will walk you through each measurement and mix as you choose from a huge variety of fragrances and colors.  After learning the ticks of the trade, you will take home:

  • A063 Introduction to Pottery II (Non-Member)
    $240.00

    Instructor: Kelly Shaw

    Catalog #A063

    Cost: Members-$226.00  Non-Members $240

    For Adults (teens over 15 will be considered)

    Wednesdays  from 5:30PM – 7:30PM

    8 Sessions Starting June 20, 27, (No class week of the 4th of July) July 11, 18, 25 August 1, 8, 15

    Description:

    This class will offer students an opportunity to build upon wheel throwing fundamentals and explore new forms and techniques. This eight-week class features instructor demonstrations, hands-on learning and available Open Studio time outside of regular scheduled classes. Demonstrations will begin with Pitchers, Darts and Pleats, Two-Part Forms, and Wheel-thrown Lidded Boxes. Students will also learn to throw a closed form to create a lidded box and have access to various glazes for surface decoration.

  • #A063 Introduction to Pottery II (Member)
    $226.00

    Instructor: Kelly Shaw

    Catalog #A063

    Cost: Members-$226.00  Non-Members $240

    For Adults (teens over 15 will be considered)

    Wednesdays  from 5:30PM – 7:30PM

    8 Sessions Starting June 20, 27, (No class week of the 4th of July) July 11, 18, 25 August 1, 8, 15

    Description:

    This class will offer students an opportunity to build upon wheel throwing fundamentals and explore new forms and techniques. This eight-week class features instructor demonstrations, hands-on learning and available Open Studio time outside of regular scheduled classes. Demonstrations will begin with Pitchers, Darts and Pleats, Two-Part Forms, and Wheel-thrown Lidded Boxes. Students will also learn to throw a closed form to create a lidded box and have access to various glazes for surface decoration.

  • #B097 Drawing/Painting workshop Plein Air – Art Outside (Non-Member)
    $10.00

    Plein Air – Art Outside

    September 15 

    Catalog #B097

    Take advantage of September’s rich colors and this opportunity to draw outside by directly observing nature. Bad weather? No worries; directly observing nature from inside Dairy Barn will prepare you well to explore landscape art making.

    Materials to bring include a drawing pad, a range of pencils (2B up to 8B).  Soft color pastels.  A basic set is fine.  A Drawing board. The Dairy Barn will lend some of these drawing materials on a first come, first serve basis.  We also recommend you bring a folding chair!

  • #B096 Drawing Skill Building Workshop Expand and Explore: Colors Play Together (Non-Member)
    $10.00

    Expand and Explore: Colors Play Together

    August 18 

    Catalog #B096

    Is that a cool blue or a warm blue? Kick things up a hue; learn to identify and use the warms, the cools, and the complementary colors to make the shapes you see.

    Materials to bring include a drawing pad, a range of pencils (2B up to 8B).  Soft color pastels.  A basic set is fine.  The Dairy Barn will lend some of these drawing materials on a first come, first serve basis.

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