Ebru is the art of floating dyes onto a water surface and then using a stylus, stakes or combs to make intricate patterns with the dyes on top of the water surface. Gary and Valerie then stretch a 72”x14” silk scarf onto the water surface and the design is instantly absorbed by the silk. The scarf is then dragged off the water and rinsed in a water bath. The customer takes the scarf home in a baggie to dry.
The designs can be simple and abstract, or more intricate, making chevron, peacock and other beautiful patterns. Either way, the scarf is always one of a kind! For the little girls, these scarves can be tied to make them into a vest to wear, or as a beach sarong/coverup. The possibilities are endless!
This creative class will be held every Friday in June 2017 except for the 30th. You can drop in anytime between 10am and 1pm.