Tue, May 07 | Florida Maritime Museum

Indigo Dye Class

Indigo dye, which comes from the plant, is one of the oldest dyes used for coloring fabrics and is still used today to color blue jeans. Indigo was St. Augustine's first cash crop, and was traditionally known as “blue gold”.
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Indigo Dye Class

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May 07, 2019, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Florida Maritime Museum, 4415 119th St W, Cortez, FL 34215, USA

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Indigo dye, which comes from the plant, is one of the oldest dyes used for coloring fabrics and is still used today to color blue jeans. Indigo was St. Augustine's first cash crop, and was traditionally known as “blue gold”. The unique characteristics of indigo dyeing make it easy to create wonderful resist patterns on fabric. In this class we will create different patterns and students will take home dish towels that show off their work.

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