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Sun, Jul 17


All One One All (AOOA) Farm

Ai Katazome: Rice Resist and Indigo Dyeing

Learn the basics of the Japanese stencil and rice resist technique called Katazome and get a chance to dye with bold and beautiful indigo.

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Ai Katazome: Rice Resist and Indigo Dyeing
Ai Katazome: Rice Resist and Indigo Dyeing

Time & Location

Jul 17, 2022, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

All One One All (AOOA) Farm, 221 Craigville Rd, Goshen, NY 10924, USA

About the event

This workshop, led by Chinatsu Nagamune and Andrew Vlock of Codo, will cover the basics of the Japanese stencil and rice resist technique called Katazome. Learn how to create your own textile stencil. Attendees will also get the opportunity to apply their stencil to fabrics and then dye them in a natural indigo vat. All levels are welcome. Children 10 and up may attend if accompanied by a participating adult. The workshop is fully outdoors, so please dress appropriately!

Please bring: An item t-shirt size or smaller made of natural fiber (cotton, linen, hemp, silk etc.) cleaned without harsh chemical detergent (cannot be terrycloth/towel material). An apron or piece of clothing you would be comfortable getting dirty or stained. 

What you'll leave with: Four-piece napkin set dyed using your own stencil and design, your own original dyeing stencil for future use, plus additional pieces of clothing or fabric that you’ve dyed yourself. 

This workshop will also be offered on Saturday, July 16.

NOTE: Our $120 ticket price may be more than affordable for some and prohibitive for others.  A limited number of discounted, sliding-scale tickets are available for this workshop for $90 by using code INDIGOSUN at checkout. (Limited to one per transaction. If you wish to order more than one discounted ticket, please order individually or shoot us an email at

Light refreshments will be served. There will be a one-hour lunch break from 12pm-1pm. The AOOA Farm Stand Canteen will be open and serving delicious, wholesome food from the farm. Please note that no outside food is permitted on-premises.

Chinatsu Nagamune and Andrew Vlock make up Codo, a small ceramics and textiles business based in Leverett, MA. They focus on quality materials and trying to create objects for everyday life that get better with time. 


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