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Tuition is $450US.
enrollment is limited to fourteen students per class

four days of class plus review session
Saturdays, March 19/26 and April 2/9,  2022
10:00-12:00 noon California time
Saturday, April 23, 10:00 a.m. PST review session

   This is an intensive course covering all aspects of katazome dyeing–including how to design and carve your own stencils, working with rice-paste resist, working with both pigments and other natural dyes, as well as washing and caring for your fabrics. This is the Zoom version of John's popular katazome studio class, with downloads, close up video clips, and much more!

  To get the most out of your session, I'd recommend you take my online courses STENCILS, RICE PASTE, and SOYMILK ahead of time, although they are not pre-requisites to signing up for the KATAZOME session. We will be covering all of these topics and more in class in great detail, but the more exposure and experience you bring to the Zoom class, the more you will get out of your time with me. You may also choose to use them as review at a later date.

The recorded sessions will be available for review for thirty days following the class.
Acceptance of the payment by PayPal indicates that you are officially enrolled and I will follow up with an acknowledgement of my own.
Enrollment is limited to fourteen students per class.
If the class is full by the time you try to sign up, please write and let me know. I’ll put you on the waiting list and also make sure that you are among the very first to be contacted next time I schedule a katazome class. katazome@johnmarshall.to
John Marshall reserves the right to cancel classes in the unlikely event of circumstances beyond his control. So if a class is cancelled, John’s responsibility and liability are limited to a refund of class fee paid.  
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