Please come join us for our Bengala mud dyeing class at June Jordan School for Equity Farm and Kitchen (located at the back of the school on Brazil St.)! Come practice this traditional, non-toxic method for textile dyeing. Bengala mud dyeing is simple, natural, and sustainable. To prepare this mud dye, you just add water. The remaining unused dye is safe to pour back into the soil. Your finished Bengala mud dyed product is sure to not fade.
We will provide different textiles to practice on such as fabric and yarn. Each partipicant will get to make and take home their finished Bengala mud dyed product.
Please contact sprout @urbansprouts.org for any questions or additional information.