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Intro to Ice Dyeing

If you love vibrant colors, you'll love ice dyeing. This method for dyeing combines elements of tie-dye, shibori, and clever techniques for manipulating how and where color spreads. We'll talk about dye splits and color combinations, rack versus muck dyeing, dry or wet dyeing, rinsing, laundering and care. And we'll explore some common patterns such as spirals, geodes, and stripes along with the beauty and surprise of random sprinkling. Your class fee will include 3 tea towels or bandanas and you may bring 2 cotton items of your own such as shirts, pillow cases, etc. (please limit to max 36"). The dyes we're using are not suitable for synthetic fibers or silk. We also have a variety of cotton canvas tote bags, zippered pillow covers, placemats, table runners, extra tea towels and more for additional cost.

Ice dyeing requires time for the ice to melt and timing can depend on the day's temperature and how vibrant you want your colors. As such, you will take your dye bundles home to continue batching and to rinse (likely the next day). Please bring a large plastic tub with lid (something along these lines or larger: https://tinyurl.com/2h66b576), to bring your ice bowls home without them splashing around in the trunk of your car. If you are car-pooling, please plan for space for these.

This class is for ages 12 to adult, but minors must attend with an adult.

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Refund Policy & Terms

Cancellation and Refunds

Classes and workshops are fully refundable up to 14 days before a class.

For cancellations 7 - 14 days before an event, we will issue a gift card or transfer you to another class session.

For cancellations less than 7 days, no gift card credit is offered. You may transfer your ticket to a friend or family member. Please give us a heads up. Optionally some classes are available as take home kits and will be offered if applicable.

In all cases, if we can fill your spot from a wait list, we will issue you a refund. Not all classes have wait lists. The more notice you give, the better your options are that we can fill your spot.

If you no-show for a class you forfeit all options for transfers, credit, or refunds. We have procured supplies, and prepped with the expectation that you’d be there.

Class Minimums

Classes that fail to meet minimum enrollment may be cancelled and refunded. Unless otherwise stated, this minimum is 4 paid attendees. We generally hold ticketing open until 48-72 hours before a scheduled event, then make a determination as to whether to continue. Do not wait until the last minute to enroll because you’re afraid a class will be cancelled. When everyone does that, it ensures that a class will be cancelled. You will be notified by email 24-48 hours before a class is scheduled if we are unable to meet enrollment.

Cancellation by Dream Maker

If we cancel a class due to instructor illness, power outage, weather/disaster, etc, we will first attempt to reschedule the class and transfer to the new date. If you’re not available for the rescheduled date, you will be refunded.

Photography and Video

The best marketing is pics of your smiling faces making something great in our classes. Our post class social media posts are a cost effective way to promote our classes and keep costs low. And community members love seeing what people are up to. Unless you specifically notify us, your attendance in a workshop grants us permission to post pics or video clips online. You will never be tagged or named and we never use any material that would embarrass you.


Unless otherwise stated, teens age 12+ may attend workshops primarily intended for adults. However, the teen must attend with an adult who is responsible for their supervision. The ages may vary based on the requirements for specific venues, liquor license rules, or the complexity/safety of a given craft. We sometimes offer kid or teen only classes which are drop-off. In this case, caregivers will need to complete an emergency contact form and waiver for their children.

Waiver of Liability

In the course of crafting and making art, you may be exposed to minor hazards such as sharp objects, certain chemicals, etc. We will show you the safe use of such materials, but are not liable for accidental mishaps, allergic reactions, or other injuries that may occur during our classes. You agree to accept these risks when you attend a Dream Maker event.

Pet Policy

Dream Maker Creative does not allow pets at any of our workshops whether our own studio or in other venues. Trained service animals are allowed per ADA guidelines. Emotional support pets or those who you bring with you because they can’t be left alone are not allowed. Pets in the classroom are unsafe as we are often moving around in tight spaces, working with sharp objects or chemicals, and can cause issues if other animals are in attendance.