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Learn how to make stunning, one-of-a-kind patterns on cotton fabric using indigo dye. Anna will show you a variety of folding, twisting, tying, and painting techniques to achieve eye-catching prints and patterns. Once your fabric has been dyed, Anna will show you how to sew your printed fabric into stylish envelope pillows. Although indigo dyeing can be done indoors, it’s a perfect way to spend time with friends outdoors on a warm, summer day. -- From CreativeBug
Our half pint Mason Jar Herb Garden is perfect if you love fresh herbs but lack a green thumb. Inspired by our popular Terrarium Workshops, we've designed this quick and easy project that's fail proof. A special blend of perlite, pea pebbles and organic soil create a self-watering system, all you need to do is water up to the rock line once a week and you'll be enjoying freshly grown herbs right in your own kitchen. -- From Makers Kit