Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Bingata Class in Okinawa

My third class was a bingata tote bag at the Naha City Traditional  Arts and Crafts Center. Wax covers the area you don't want the dye to cover.  I used a hair dryer to dry the dye between colors.  






It was a fun class.  Here is my finished bag.  


A few years ago I took a bingata class at Okinawa  World.  You can see that post here.

10 comments:

  1. How beautiful, Pamela! Happy New Year to you. :)

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  2. wow Pamela,this is amazing and your butterfly so cute,hope you have a lovely day.

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  3. That turned out great. Thanks for sharing your project.

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  4. That is very pretty, a great project to make.

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  5. Your butterfly is lovely, must have been difficult with one arm in plaster. Enjoyed looking at the other course you did also. Ted is very very talented in crafts as well.

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  6. That looks interesting - I like your finished bag. xx

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  7. That appears to be a great technique - at least the result is awesome!

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  8. Such an interesting technique that I had never heard of before. And the result is gorgeous.
    Is there anything that you haven't tried craft-wise, lol? I really love to see all kinds of crafts on your blog.

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