Design, create, and embellish one-of-a-kind fabrics using color-coordinated scraps and/or yardage from your stash in this class at BARN. 


Diana Gipson is a fiber artist and teacher who began sewing at an early age. After raising a family, she obtained a bachelor's degree in sculpture and ceramics, and a master's degree in fiber art, with predominant interests in Japanese design techniques and textile surface design. Before moving to Washington, she taught Two- and Three-Dimensional Art, as well as Wearable Art for the Classroom at Boise State. She continues to create and teach Japanese Shibori, as well as fabric design and hand-dyeing. Her work has been shown in area galleries, exhibitions, and wearable art shows. She was commissioned to design and execute Shibori-stitched and dyed coordinated vestments for the Episcopal Church in Port Townsend. She lives on Mercer Island.

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