The Market at Hasbrouck House
A Curated Vendor Market & Experiential Workshop Series
Saturday, July 15th 11am - 6pm & Sunday, July 16th 11am - 5pm
Artisans and small business owners will come together to share their collective enthusiasm about their passion projects with you. The events will foster positive energy by piquing curiosity and enriching minds. Along with a curated group of vendors, there will be multiple workshops hosted each weekend. We aim to ignite the senses and instill inspiration that lingers for days to come. All are welcome!
July's Vendors Include: Aubry Woodworks, Captain Blankenship, October Design Co, Ohayo, Owlkill Studio, Perfumera Curandera, Petits Felts, Prizes for Arla Vintage, Ravenwood, Reliquary Studio, Salt & Still, and The Ardent Forager.
$35/pp. Advance ticket purchase recommended; tickets will be available onsite on a first-come, first-serve basis to fill any remaining spots.
Learn how to make a room /linen/body/mood spray with organic and wild harvested essential oils. Jana will introduce participants to the basic tenets of natural perfumery and offer an array of essential oils to choose from. Everyone will leave with their own 4oz Spray infused with a local quartz crystal.
$55/pp. Advance ticket purchase recommended; tickets will be available onsite on a first-come, first-serve basis to fill any remaining spots.
Participants will learn the basics of bundle dyeing with natural materials. We will work with natural dyes including local, everyday dyestuffs like onion and avocado skins and sourced materials like madder root and logwood. Participants will also learn how to choose and prepare textiles for dyeing, how the process of bundle dyeing extracts color from natural materials, and how to fix color to cloth.
While the bundles are steaming we will experiment with natural dye modifiers like vinegar, soda ash, and iron to see how the addition of these elements can affect naturally dyed textiles.
Everyone will leave with a bundle dyed scarf, a collection of naturally dyed swatches, and the knowledge of how to bundle dye at home.