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Creative Dyeing Techniques

Sheryl Katzke

Saturday, 05/18, 1:00pm – 5:00pm, W208, Sheridan College

All skill levels welcome!

Have you ever wanted to do a different coloring or dyeing technique on your leather, but didn’t know where to start?  Here is your opportunity to learn several new, non-traditional, dyeing techniques.  In this fun, interactive class you will learn techniques such as tye-dye, and ice dyeing; how to create a watercolor effect; learn what other stuff you can use as dyes; how to use different things as a resist, and more.  Participants will make a sample piece of each technique.

Materials to Bring: Bring an apron and wear clothes that can get dirty.  All other supplies will be provided.

Sheryl Katzke

Sheryl was first introduced to leathercraft while a Girl Scout and later began braiding leather, learning from masters of the craft in both kangaroo and rawhide, and becoming skilled in round braiding, inlay/overlay braids and fine edge braiding. Her work has won many blue ribbons and she enjoys making custom dog leads. She is the leader of a 4-H leathercraft club, is on the Oregon State 4-H Expressive Arts Advisory Committee and owns Katzke’s Custom Leather in Redmond, Oregon, with her husband, Tom.