Saturday, August 24

9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.


Discover the enchanting world of eco-printing and transform an ordinary bandana into a unique, one-of-
a-kind, wearable work of art! In this engaging workshop, participants will learn the process of how to
create vibrant and stunning imprints of botanicals on to fabric that will withstand washing and wear.
Participants will not only take home a beautifully designed bandana, but also gain a deeper
understanding of natural dyeing and the magic it has to offer. Join us for a hands-on exploration of color,
creativity, and sustainability, and walk away with a wearable masterpiece that reflects your connection to
nature. All necessary materials, including bandana and botanicals, will be provided.

Pre-registration is required online.

For more info, contact Nikki Smith at 316-264-0448 ext. 114;


Member cost: $55

Non-member cost: $65. Includes admission.

Minimum Number: 4 | Maximum Number: 20

Minimum age: 8 years, with accompanying adult

Location: Terrace Room and the Gardens

Supplies: All supplies will be provided by instructor, including bandana and botanicals. Attendees are encouraged to bring their imagination.

Course Instructor

Jenny Brown is the creative force behind 316 Dye Studio with nearly a decade of experience dyeing textiles for the hand knitter and hand spinner. Her continuous quest for color has led her to explore the world of natural dyeing and all it has to offer. When not in her dye studio, you can find Jenny out in her dye garden, knitting, spinning, or likely participating in some other niche craft.