You're invited: Do and Dye 2014

You’re invited: Do and Dye 2014

A Make-and-Take Event Benefiting Textile Center
Thursday, November 6, 5 – 8:30 pm

Your ticket includes snacks and a full evening of DIY fun! Go from project to project – over a dozen in all – and come away with art for yourself or to use as gifts. Enter maker-themed raffles ($2 per ticket) for bonus merriment. All proceeds benefit Textile Center’s education and exhibition programs.

Learn techniques of glass, luffarslöjd (wire craft), polymer clay, felting, paste paper, quilting, kumihimo, knitting, thermofax screenprinting, painting on leather, and peyote beading.

Make bracelets, ornaments, magnets, bookmarks, screenprints, Japanese gift wrap and more.

Get crafty. Enter fabulous raffles. Nibble refreshments. Create.

Tickets: Space is limited!  Purchase your advance tickets now.
$55 for Textile Center members
$65 for nonmembers and at the door.


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Parking
Special Event Overflow Parking:
2828 University Ave SE, just west of Textile Center
-Driving west on University: make a U turn at 27th to go east. Take an immediate right into the lot on the east side of the 2828 University building.
-Driving east on University: turn right into the lot at 2828 University.

Generously sponsored by: 

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MAKE-AND-TAKE PROJECTS:

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American Swedish Institute

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Midwest Machine Knitters Collaborative

Wearable Arts Midwest

Christy Binoniemi

Roxanne Hardy

Mary Holland

Nancy Mambi

Susan Stein

Special thanks to:

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Seward Community Co-op
Designer Danae Rem for invitation and design support

All proceeds benefit Textile Center, a dynamic space where people come together to create, learn, share, explore, and be inspired by fiber art. Last year’s Do & Dye ticket sales provided 15% of the support needed for our adult education program–nearly 100 diverse textile classes.