- 2021.10.23 - 30
Experience sustainable dyeing from food and plant waste at Fabrica Lab. In our latest Natural Tie-Dye Workshop, you will learn more about traditional “Shibori” tie-dye techniques, create a small product using our industrial equipment, and customize it with the vibrant Colors of the Earth, extracted from common food and plant waste sources.
- 2021.10.09 - 10
Calling all dapper dog parents!
Join our Shibori Bandana Workshop, co-hosted with Debbie Leung, and create matching accessories for yourself and your best furry friend.
Learn about the history of traditional shibori, a Japanese tie-dye technique that creates myriad patterns through folding, twisting, and stitching to manipulate the fabric. Hong Kong fibre artist Debbie Leung will then walk you through all the steps of the dyeing process using natural indigo, an organic dye ingredient derived from plants.
You can also join the special “Setting Up an Organic Indigo Vat” session, in which the artist will explain the fermentation process of indigo and share tips on how you can replicate this at home!
- 2021.10.01 - 17
The ‘suminagashi’ Marbling Workshops are back! Techstyle X introduces the ‘suminagashi’, which translates to ‘floating ink’, dye technique and dates back to the 12th century, where textile coloring methods originated, using natural pigments.
Participants will learn this Japanese craftsmanship applying it to an undyed eco-friendly pouch, as well as different methods to manipulate the ink into distinctive personalized swirled patterns.
Let your inspiration guide your hand and create your masterpiece!
- 2021.10.23 - 31
Get ready for Halloween with our costume making workshop! Turn plain fabrics into exciting and imaginative spooky designs using screen print, heat sublimation ink and fabric markers to create your own matching bag to go Trick-or-Treating throughout The Mills!
- 2021.09.11 - 12
Techstyle X introduces the ‘suminagashi’, which translates to ‘floating ink’, dye technique! This technique dates back to the 12th century, where textile coloring methods originated, using natural pigments.
Participants will learn this Japanese technique to transform an undyed eco-friendly pouch. Different methods will be taught to manipulate the ink into distinctive personalized swirled patterns. The customized marbled pouch is perfect to hold and organize your make-up, pens, phones, chargers, hand sanitizers and many more!