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Learn shibori and plant-based dye techniques in a virtual class

Get expert tips on upcycling fabric and food waste creatively to promote sustainable family living

USD $30 per pax (FREE for children under 5)

The Experience

Take a digital class for all ages on shibori and plant-based dye techniques with a local expert. You'll join Rumi, a master at upcycling fabric and food scraps who's worked across Indonesia and Japan, for an engaging live workshop where you'll make your own natural dyes to colour cloth using the ancient Japanese method of shibori. You'll use black tea, used pieces of cotton, and other common household items to unleash your creativity as a family. Exclusively for Mastercard cardholders.


What's priceless


Learning how to artistically add more sustainability to your lifestyle as a family.


The highlights


  • Learn shibori and plant-based dye techniques in a digital class with a local expert
  • Discover creative upcycling methods
  • Promote sustainability as a family


  • Experience is available on 13 February 2021, from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. ID time; 20 February 2021, from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. ID time; and 27 February 2021, from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. ID time; March and April dates to be announced
  • Experience must be booked at least 2 days in advance
  • Price listed is USD $30 per person
  • Experience is for a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 20 people
  • Participants will receive instructions via email on how to pre-treat their chosen fabric ahead of the live session. Pre-treating fabric can take up to 24 hours
  • Items needed for this digital class:
    • 5 pieces of used/pre-washed cotton fabric (e.g., napkins, T-shirts, or cotton bags)
    • 10-15 black tea bags
    • A 1-2 litre pot
    • A stove to make tea and to reheat it during the class
    • Rubber bands or cooking string/kitchen twine
    • Plastic tape or ribbon at least 1-2 cm wide and longer than the width of chosen fabric
    • Marbles, stones, or coffee beans (anything hard and round)
    • A set of chopsticks, ice cream sticks, square wood, or tile pieces
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