Natural Dyeing and Eco Printing workshop at The Kul Kul Farm Ubud

Learn how to create natural, plant based dyes from The Kul Kul farm’s three day practical workshop, held from the 8th – 10th of November.
Lead by resident teacher, artist and founder of “Cinta Bumi Artisans” Novieta Tourisia, this workshop goes through a multitude of subjects, including the foundation and wisdom of natural dyeing, introductions to eco printing techniques, sourcing and identifying plants for dyeing, equipment and tools, preparations and processes, etc.

Through this workshop you’ll create three scarves, one totebag, a cushion cover, one cloth and take home a home dyers starter kit! For more information head to @kulkulfam on FB.

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