2 Day Advanced Shibori Workshop Oct 14th + 28th 2023 - Cairns
This Advanced Workshop runs over 2 days to allow time to stitch your extra fabrics, before returning in two weeks to dye them in the indigo vat. Dates: Saturday October 14th and Saturday October 28th.
This class is only for those who have completed one of our beginners shibori and indigo dyeing classes.
On the first day (Oct 14th) you will learn stitched shibori and advanced itajime and arashi techniques. You will stitch and bind your own bandana sampler and tea towel. Fabric blanks are also available for purchase to take home for further stitching.
On the second day (Oct 28th) bring your extra finished pieces to dye in the indigo vat and reveal the results of your hard work! Workshop runs from 9am to 12pm on each day and all materials are supplied, plus a delicious morning tea on both days!
This class is suitable for those who have attended our previous indigo shibori workshops only. On payment you will receive details of the venue and what to bring. You will also receive a reminder email a few days prior to the workshop.
Explore your creativity in this 2 day class using natural indigo dye and advanced stitch and resist techniques to create your own pieces of wearable textile art - Cairns Beaches, Qld.
More info on global shibori techniques and indigo dyeing here.
By purchasing a place in our SHIBORI WORKSHOP you agree to our terms and conditions - see below.
SHIBORI INDIGO WORKSHOP TERMS & CONDITIONS
Bookings are made online at https://www.palludesign.com and full payment is required to reserve a place in any class. Please check that you have booked for the correct date as bookings are final. You will be sent a reminder email a few days before the class.
If you can’t attend for any reason and you advise us 14 days before the workshop, your credit can be transferred to another class. Be aware that refunds are not available. There is a class minimum of 6 people and if we don’t get that number the class will be cancelled and you will be offered a refund or transfer to another class.
On purchasing a place in any of our classes you agree that we are not responsible for any injury or theft that could occur on our premises or in our workshops.
How do I pay for my order?
Payment is accepted through PayPal and Credit Cards. If you don’t have a Paypal account, you can still pay using a debit or credit card.
When will I receive my order?
I aim to ship your item as soon as possible. This is usually within 1 - 2 business days.
Estimated shipping times – actual delivery time depends on your location:
- Australia: 3-5 business days
- North America and Asia Pacific: 7-10 business days
- Rest of the world: 10-14 business days
In busy holiday periods, delivery time frames may be longer.
Where are your goods shipped from?
Pallu Design orders are shipped direct from Cairns in Australia.
What about customs and import taxes?
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply to your country. I am not responsible for any delays due to customs requirements - if you have concerns about the customs laws in your country, please investigate before purchase.
Do you offer gift wrapping?
Your parcel will be carefully wrapped in tissue paper and mailed in an Australia Post satchel to keep it safe for the journey to your home. If you require a gift item sent to another address please notify me and make sure you add the correct address - I will also enclose a gift card.
How do I clean my traditional fabrics?
Some colour transfer is to be expected for hand-dyed and indigo fabrics for the first few washes. So fabrics should be washed separately, without soaking. Hand washing in cold water with a gentle soap and line drying is recommended. It is advisable not to tumble dry or to use bleach. This will help preserve the softness and long life of your new fabrics.
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Newsletter customers will receive 10% off their first order from the shop after signing up. You will also be the first to know about special offers, sneak peeks at new updates and info about fabric techniques and textile travels!
Shibori Indigo workshop terms & conditions
Bookings are made online here and full payment is required to reserve a place in any class. Please check that you have booked for the correct date as bookings are final. You will be sent a reminder email a few days before the class.
If you can’t attend for any reason and you advise us 14 days before the workshop, your credit can be transferred to another class. Be aware that refunds are not available. There is a class minimum of six people and if we don’t reach the minimum number of students, the class will be cancelled and you will be offered a refund or transfer to another class.
On reserving a place in any of our classes, you agree that we are not responsible for any injury or theft that could occur on our premises or in our workshops.
What if I need to return an item I have ordered?
Handmade fabrics, especially vintage items, by their nature will have some variations in colour, texture and design throughout the piece. I have endeavored to make this clear in our descriptions and photographs. Note that many items have been made in small villages and that these variations should be expected. These are the special qualities that make each handmade piece truly unique.
Many fabrics are one-off pieces and you will never find another one like it. I wish you to be happy with your order, so please contact me within 10 days of receiving your order, if you have any concerns. Please note that I don't accept exchanges or cancellations, or returns for changing your mind.
I will accept returns if I deem goods to be damaged or defective but cannot accept returns for personalised orders. Items approved for return must be shipped back to me within 14 days of delivery. Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
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