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corporate workshops

As more and more companies have moved toward a remote work situation, there is a rising need for digital ways of team-building and networking in place of traditional methods of in-person gathering. We have had great success working with companies including Scribd, Salesforce, Kimball, and others in partnering on digital corporate events centered around a creative element. 

This is a current selection of classes offered for digital workshops available to groups of 12 or more. All classes will have materials kits mailed 7 days in advance of the workshop date, upon receipt of full payment and a list of participants. Kits can be sent anywhere in the United States, or internationally with an international shipping fee calculated by destination. Each workshop is subject to a $100 teaching fee in addition to materials kits cost per student.


Please reach out to to inquire about date availability or other questions.


Fabric Marbling

Class Length: 1 hour

Cost per Student: $14

Explore the fun of fabric marbling in this modern technique using color, pattern, and design! Students will get their (gloved!) hands in shaving cream and Rit dye, and be inspired by the blending of color to create a bold and unique design on two tea towels. We’ll dive into the history of traditional print marbling, and discuss the many methods of marbling technique used by artists across cultures. Students will be sent a materials kit with nearly everything needed for the project, and plenty of materials to continue practicing their new skills on fabric or paper after the workshop has concluded.


Sashiko Stitching

Class Length: 1 hour

Cost per Student: $14

Students will create a textile piece embellished with Sashiko stitching, a traditional embroidery method creating simple geometric patterns that are not only pleasing to the eye, but functional in strengthening material. We will discuss the historical and cultural significance of the method and learn the basics of creating the stitches and using patterns. The end product will be a beautiful fiber arts piece that can be mounted as a wall hanging, used as a tabletop display, or utilized in another textile project. In addition, students will have the knowledge and skill to continue their exploration of Sashiko techniques at home!

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Shibori Pillows

Class Length: 90 min.

Cost Per Student: $24

In this workshop students will experience the magic of indigo dyeing in the ancient Japanese technique of Shibori shape resist dyeing. We will begin class with a quick explanation of the indigo process and its use across cultures throughout history, specifically its use in Japanese Shibori folk art. We will review our materials kit, make our indigo vats together, and go over 3 Shibori folding methods. Students will take away: two Shibori throw pillow covers, with plenty of dye and binding materials leftover to dye any other projects on their own, a worksheet outlining the process and methods for future reference, and a knowledge of the cultural importance of Shibori design.

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Floral Transfer

Class Length: 1 hour

Cost per Student: $14

This workshop is a fun and noisy exploration of the floral transfer method using a cotton tote bag. Students will be asked to gather flowers and leaves before class, then learn how to hammer the flowers into the material to compose beautiful designs; from abstract, to floral portraits, to mandalas. Finished tote bags will capture the natural beauty of the flowers and last long after the flower season ends. Come ready with your hammer and prepare to relieve some tension while making a beautiful tote bag!


Sun Printing

Class Length: 1 hour

Cost per Student: $14

This introductory workshop on sunprinting using the Cyanotype process is great for all ages. Class will begin with a quick explanation of Cyanotype process and history, an explanation of materials (photographic negatives, botanical material, light sensitive paper, plastic developing cover), and demonstration of sun printing process. Students will work on composing images on their light sensitive paper before developing their prints in UV light. Students will take away two completed sun prints and information on mixing their own light sensitive chemicals if interested in exploring this medium further.

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