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A colourful new story! #natural dyes

Tijdens de derde workshop binnen ons Reflow-project leer je hoe je je kledingstukken nieuw leven kunt inblazen door de techniek van natuurlijk verven. Je krijgt een handige doe-het-zelf-kit thuisgestuurd en je volgt de workshop online, op 6 mei van 19:30 tot 21:00 uur. Tijdens deze workshop wordt Engels gesproken. Deze workshop is helaas uitverkocht, houd de website in de gaten om hem later als video te kunnen volgen.

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Do Your Old Garments Need Some Colour in their Lives?
This third Reflow workshop will be hosted by Cor Botanicals and will provide the knowledge and resources necessary for giving your old clothes a new life by passing down the ancient technique of natural dyeing!

The workshop will focus on the application of natural dyeing as a way to both upcycle your aged, white garments AND reconnect with nature. You will explore the entire process of natural dyeing, from the pre-dyeing fabric treatment, to the technique of dyeing itself, to experimenting with pH colour modifying. 

As part of the workshop, you will receive at home a kit with all the tools necessary to follow the exercises.
Please note that the kit can be delivered in The Netherlands only.

- Mix of fabrics swatches and yarns to be dyed
- Pipettes & Petri Dishes 

Dyes (30-50g each)
- Madder Root Extract 
- Campeche Logwood Extract 
- Henna 
- Cutch Powder 
- Oak Apple 

Mordants & Modifiers
- 50 g Alum
- 50 g Iron Sulfate
- 50 g Sodium Carbonate (Soda Ash)

Before the workshop you will receive an email with additional instructions on how to prepare for the evening.

After the workshop you will have the knowledge and freedom to experiment with different natural ingredients from your kitchen, garden or local parks to recolour your wardrobe and give your clothes a new life. 

Join us and become a circular hero!

Unfortunately, this workshop is sold out. Keep an eye on our website to follow the recorded workshop at a later moment.






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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 820937.