SchoolArts Magazine

Summer 2018

SchoolArts is a national art education magazine committed to promoting excellence, advocacy, and professional support for educators in the visual arts since 1901.

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FREE lesson plans and video workshops at For students of all ages! Use the Japanese method of fabric dyeing to create a sensational wall piece Request a FREE catalog! ® Alliance for Young & Writers Artists 800•447•8192 BLICK ® Shibori Sensation Lesson Plan for Grades 3–12 Step 1: Bundle muslin tightly using bands, blocks, and clips. Dye. Step 2: Embellish with stitching, if desired, then cover square and round shapes with fabric and arrange in a pleasing composition. Step 3: Glue shapes to a white backing board. Hang and enjoy! Tie, fold, crimp, and bind muslin, then submerge it in natural Indigo dye to create gorgeous patterns. Embellish with stitching, sequins, and more — experimenting is half the fun! Shibori is also great for decorating T-shirts, bandanas, and bags.

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