CraftED Digital: Natural Dyeing Workshop with Lourdes Still

CraftED Digital: Natural Dyeing Workshop with Lourdes Still

Saturday, January 29th | 2-4pm

online via Zoom


CraftED is back! We are excited to present an online natural dye workshop with Lourdes Still.

Workshop Description:

Experience the art of natural dyeing in the comforts of your home using locally grown botanical dyes. Have you ever wondered where your favorite colors come from? In this workshop, Lourdes, flower grower and natural dyer of Masagana Flower Farm will lead us in dyeing a silk scarf using Manitoba grown dye flowers. Marvel at the tinta (colors) we can get from coreopsis, cosmos sulfurus, black knight scabiosa and marigold, all hand-picked at the farm in the peak of summer season. Each kit includes one ready to dye silk scarf, a pouch of assorted dried dye flowers, string, elastic and digital copy of step-by- step instructions.


Workshop Runs: Saturday, January 29th, 2022

2:00 – 4:00 pm


Registration: $35

  • Registration is non-refundable
  • If you are outside of Manitoba, please contact us before registering (due to supply shipping costs)


Registration deadline: January 6th,  2020


Register Online:

Registration for this class has reached capacity. Please contact for wait list options. Our apologies and thank you!



Any questions regarding this workshop? 

Contact MCC Programme Coordinator, Katrina Craig at or (204) 615-3951.



Meet your Instructor: Lourdes Still

Lourdes Still is the grower and creator behind Masagana Flower Farm & Studio. A small-scale flower farm and dye studio near La Broquerie, Manitoba. She believes that no matter who and where we are, creating magic and growing joy is right at our fingertips. She advocates for an eco-conscious lifestyle and inspires others to turn their lawns into garden beds. She specializes on growing seasonal blooms and dye plants and makes handmade, small batch, naturally dyed textile goods. She started as a self-taught flower farmer and natural dyer, but has since trained on small scale, high intensity cut flower growing through Floret Farm and furthered her knowledge of natural dyes at Maiwa’s School of Textiles. Flowers x Tinta is a passion of hers that deepened her connection to the natural world. Her work can be found on and on Instagram, where her life at the farm gets documented, one square at a time.