Indigo Dye - 3 Ways with Margaret Seelie

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11:00am – 4:00pm on April 14, May 12, and June 23, 2024 Sign up today! See product description below for details.

Product Description

In this three-part series, you’ll explore different fabrics and learn shibori techniques with artist Margaret Seelie. You’ll start with dyeing two tea towels and a tote bag in a pre-reduced indigo vat. Next, you’ll dye a table runner and oversize bandana in the sweet-smelling sugar vat. Last, you’ll dye four napkins and a throw pillowcase in the iron vat that yields beautiful vintage blues. If you sign up for all three workshops, you’ll come away with a full indigo-dyed dining set, or just take one workshop to see how you like it. 

Please note: This workshop is held outdoors and is weather-permitting. Participation requires ascending and descending stairs. All materials are included.

  • Location: Fleet Wood, 714 Clement Street, San Francisco
  • Time: 11:00am – 4:00pm
  • Dates: May 12, and June 23, 2024 
  • Price: $195 per person for one workshop or $535 ($50 savings) per person for all three workshops


About the Instructor:

Margaret Seelie is an artist and writer based in the Bay Area. She founded Seelie Studio, a natural dye house, and Seawitches, a zine for water people. She is passionate about sparking creativity using natural materials. Her favorite materials to make dye from are purple sea urchins, metals, avocado pits, and oxalis flowers. When Margaret is not in her studio, she’s surfing or walking her rescue doggie, Budgie. 

Contact: @margaretseelie,,, or