Botanical Printing: In Person Workshop for Veterans

Sarah Gotowka, owner of Luna Fiber Studio, is a practicing textile artist and instructor. She has been weaving since 2005, and has been growing natural dyes since 2010. She has been in partnership with Nathaniel and Emily Thompson of Remembrance Farm for over 6 years and has a small dye plot within this local organic and biodynamic farm.

In this incredibly dynamic and fun workshop you will be able to create your own one-of-a-kind silk scarf using a natural dyeing method called Botanical Printing! First, you will harvest flowers and plants grown by Sarah herself, then use them to print your own design onto textiles. This farm to fiber experience is magical and always deliciously beautiful!

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