TimTay Workshop: Nhuộm màu tự nhiên trên khăn lụa

<tc>TimTay Workshop: Silk dyeing with natural pigments</tc>

After our debut of "Nghệ" episode 2: " Dye your dress shirt at home " with natural ingredients ( Natural-dye ), TimTay has received enormous support from our lovely customers and was requested to hold a workshop for this intriguing eco-friendly event. We are grateful to announce a workshop on Silk scarf dyeing with natural pigments.

On December, 2021 - it marks our success after a year of debuting the FW20 collection, TimTay revealed FW21, introducing 12 exclusive designs for womenswear.

Our dedication was to reestablish our scraps in the making of FW20, giving them a new "cycle" in our sustainable and eco-friendly fashion industry.

To celebrate this, we want to guide you through the value of our natural ingredients, you and TimTay will learn about this green method of silk dyeing, we do it to in hope contributing as mush as possible for our environment, a greener and sturdy place for all of us.

TimTay Workshop: Silk dyeing with natural pigments

At our aromatic little concept shop, TimTay ( Phú Mỹ Hưng district ), we love inviting all our guests annually not just to see our devoted crafts on display, but also take joy in dyeing fabrics and create your own souvenir, giving vivid colors to 2 silk scarfs, made from our natural resources.

Full details on natural-dye:

Natural-dye is a practice, popular in most ancient civilizations in India, China, Egypt. For reference, China's dyes were plant-based, extracting from tree bark and insects, this practice has been around for more than 5,000 years.

Most variants of natural-dye is sourced from plants, such as tree roots, barks, berries, leaves, flowers, logs and organic families like mushroom and lichen. Based on geographic conditions and weathers, each region will have its own unique, signature natural selections.

Bundle dye

At our Workshop, we will introduce you to Bundle Dye. This method will use flowers, leaves and vegetables to dye the surface of our mulberry silk.

We chose this method due to how accessible it is for everyone to practice at home, optimizing the waste from our used vegetables in our own cozy kitchen.

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