I absolutely love teaching slow fashion.
Teaching is a core part of my studio practice as a fiber artist and also an anchor to my work in sustainability, community-building, and supporting folks on their sustainable fashion journeys. I teach Sashiko Mending, Natural Dyes, and Rethinking Fashion in-person, online, at one-day workshops, and at longer retreats. I teach in the NY region but I also travel to teach a few times each year. In 2018 I’ll teach in NYC, Vermont, Maine, the Hudson Valley, and beyond. In 2018 I’ll also be launching an online mending workshop, join my mailing list for the announcement.
For more details about my upcoming classes please visit the News Section of my website, join my monthly mailing list to be the first to know about upcoming offerings, or follow my daily posts on Instagram for announcements. If you can tie your shoe laces, I can teach you to mend. I’m serious. You can learn to mend, dye, and rejuvenate your garments so that you can keep wearing them for years to come. It’s the simplest way to participate in sustainable fashion: Mend what you already own.