Crafternoon: Cyanotype Scarves

Crafternoon: Cyanotype Scarves


November 10, 2018, 1-4pm


Bring a friend and join us for this very fun session making blue prints, called cyanotypes, on scarves you can wear or give as a gift. Invented in 1843, cyanotype is a chemical photographic process that is only sensitive to UV light and is famous for its blue color. It is perfect for beginners as it is also one of the cheapest and most user-friendly of the chemical photographic processes. In this mini-workshop you will coat either a silk or cotton scarf (your choice) with cyanotype and print photograms (a term for using objects as negatives). Participants are encouraged to bring their own objects for photograms. 

Workshops have no minimum of enrollment requirement but the maximum is 6 students. Crafternoons are non-refundable though we will work with you to reschedule when possible.

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