Ikat, is the method of weaving that uses a resist dyeing process similar to tie-dye on either the warp or weft fibers. Ikat is also a fabulous pattern that can be made as a cane using polymer clay stripe blends. Learn how to make Lindly’s version of an Ikat blend cane that uses extruded elements to intensify value contrasts that will make your cane really “pop”.
Once you have your blends made you will be slicing, dicing, twisting and recombining them to come up with several different color coordinated patterns.Including stripes, leaves, nine-patch and a simple kaleidoscope.
Join Lindly Haunani, a nationally recognized colorist, for a fun and illuminating two-day workshop. While you may know just what colors you like and exactly how to mix them, using them in harmonious combinations can be challenging. Learn how to add impact to your polymer clay work with increased color confidence.