Rusty Roo workshop - Day 2 -
after another delectable meal, beautiful sunset, lengthy memorable bonfire and a good nights sleep . . . . .
We woke early to heavy mist, a Koala in the tree, wallabies at the ponds, birds squabbling on the bird stands . . . . and a full Cameron cooked breakfast . . . mmmmmm!
We were all eager to open our eco dyed parcels, which looked gorgeous with all their additives . . . and then after congratulating ourselves on the great results, we got stuck straight into tying and sewing our material - which took us all morning . . . . then when they were ready we dipped them in the Shibori vat, which Nancy had heating on a small wood fire.
We dipped out lengths of material at least three times and then took them out and rinsed them in clean water.
Lunch, some more dipping and then time for another meal and another bonfire . . . tomorrow will see us doing out last minute projects, discussing where to from here, sharing information and then packing up . . . . I so adore these long weekends with friends learning a new process . . .
We all agreed that this is another process we will be repeating . . .
A very enjoyable weekend . . . now to weave and sew . . . .Thankyou one and all!!!!!!