• Get professional intense colors with our tie dye kit! Premixed dye just add water! Dyes about 8 Shirts. Supplies included: Navy, Red, and Gold dye in applicator bottles Soda Ash (presoak - fixer) Rubberbands and Twine (for creating beautiful designs with resists) T-shirts not included
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    Instructor: Sarah McMahon March 27, 2021, 10-4pm In this course, students will learn how to warp their frame looms and learn various tapestry techniques. Students will sample these techniques on their frame loom that they will take home with them to work on future projects. This is a great class for beginners who are looking for a relaxing portable practice. All material included. No previous weaving experience required.
  • Instructor: Sandy Shelenberger Wednesdays, October, 20, 27, & November 3, 17 6:00-9:00pm There are so many different ways to apply dye to fabric! In this four-week course you will explore the many ways of using MX Reactive dye processes on cotton and silk. In the first two weeks you will learn freestyle direct painting with dye as well as low water immersion dyeing, mono printing and screen-printing techniques. In weeks 3 and 4 create complex layers with Shibori as well as color removal processes. Custom designed fabric yardage can then be used for a wide variety of projects or wearables. The possibilities are endless!
  • Support the mission of Praxis and receive all promotions and mailings. 15% discount on classes* and workshops *This does not include CIA classes held at Praxis
    • Support the mission of Praxis. Receive all promotions and mailings.
    • 15% discount on classes* and workshops
    • 2 Tickets to Annual Benefit
  • Support the mission of Praxis and receive all promotions and mailings. 15% discount on classes* and workshops *This does not include CIA classes held at Praxis
    • Support the mission of Praxis. Receive all promotions and mailings.

    Note: This is a one-time payment of $50.00.

  • Instructor: Sandy Shelenberger Saturday, August, 10-4 pm Discover the ancient practice of Shibori using natural and synthetic indigo. Shibori is a Japanese technique to bind, tie and stitch fabric to create different resisted marks and patterns. Learn the basics of indigo dying and combine multiple techniques to create unique cloth. The natural indigo is grown in our very own dye garden here in Cleveland. Then, enhance your indigo designs by incorporating multi layers of color removal using discharge paste and discharge immersion vats.
  • Studio Membership

    $275.00 / month

    Studio Membership, $275/month

    • Private 170 sq. ft. studio space.
    • 15% discount on classes*, workshops and loom rental
    • 24/7 access to Praxis with your own key fob and security code.
    • Dyes and chemicals for most common dye processes
    • Opportunity to participate in exhibitions
    • Communal workspace with large pinnable tables
    *This does not include CIA classes held at Praxis

    Please contact Studio Manager (anna@praxisfiberworkshop.org) to learn more about Studio Membership.

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    Instructor: Sandy Shelenberger Saturday, Oct. 24, 10am - 4pm Discover the ancient practice of Shibori using natural and synthetic indigo. Shibori is a Japanese technique to bind, tie and stitch fabric to create different resisted marks and patterns. This workshop focuses on stitch resist and indigo. Beginners are welcome.
  • Instructor: Sandy Shelenberger Saturday, July 10, 10am - 4pm Discover the ancient practice of Shibori using natural and synthetic indigo. Shibori is a Japanese technique to bind, tie and stitch fabric to create different resisted marks and patterns. This workshop focuses on stitch resist and indigo. Beginners are welcome. About the Instructor:
    Sandy Shelenberger is an artist from Conneaut, OH whose textile art has been widely exhibited.   She hand-dyes much of her fabric and uses surface design techniques such as batik or experimental screenprinting to create her own marks and patterns. In addition to quilting, Sandy has become enamored with working in encaustic and cold wax.  Sandy teaches dyeing, shibori and surface design techniques on fabric. She is a member of Textile Art Alliance, Cleveland Museum of Art, Surface Design Association, Art Quilt Network and the Northeast Pennsylvania Artist Association.  She enjoys sharing her knowledge and passion for the creative process.
  • Instructor: Sandy Shelenberger Saturday, April 17, 10 – 4pm Explore using soy wax as a resist on fabric to create a sophisticated look of multi-dimensional layering in easy to do steps. We will work with fabric paints and/or dyes for our color palette and discuss the layering of colors. We will make or use found objects for stamping into the fabric using the soy wax. Demonstrations of wax removal techniques. Students will be provided with individual workspaces and supplies.
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