Textile dyeing with food scraps


Sunday, August 18
09:30 to 12:30


82,40 $ Can
5,00 $ Can
87,40 $ Can (without taxes)

Spaces available


All workshop registrations are non-refundable, unless the class is cancelled by the Festival.


Participants will make three different dye baths using food scraps (avocado stones, pomegranate peels, onion peels). They will dye wool samples and treat them with iron to increase the possibilities tenfold. All the steps will be carefully explained to allow them to dye with whatever they can find at home.

What to bring

A pen or pencil to take notes

Material provided:

  • For the dye baths
  • Dried avocado pits
  • Onion peel
  • pomegranate Peel
  • For each participant
  • Notebook
  • Six small wool skeins


Myriam Rochon
Sunday, August 18 09:30 to 12:30
Salle 122 Complexe Whissell


Myriam Rochon Habi Habi

Myriam Rochon Habi Habi

Founder of Habi Habi, Myriam localy grows coloring plants for textile and shares her knowledge through workshops and conferences. Her experience in visual arts, horticulture and environmental studies brought to plants and the colours they can offer.


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