Going home with a lot of beautiful art- dyed head band, indigo pillow case, a teddy stuffed with wool dyed and sewn- added a necklace and
I love the type and the fact that it came from a library
Students cut them in to shapes, hole puncher and yarn
Old library cards are used to make banners
Spools, cups, blocks can make great patterns when creating batiks
Paper was also dyed in the indigo
Week 2 campers dying yarn from a local ontario farm
Silk/cotton pillow case dyed green then indigo applied after creating knots with an elastic
Reading minds, cards, disappearing coins, pickpockets, magic smoke- these young boys are graduates from TWS and this was their first time performing for a young audience- it was a highlight for the children!
Campers were given a surprise a magic show- they were enraptured by Aaqib Mahmood and Saqib Mahmood www.mahmoodmagic.com
Second week of camp had more boys. Two brothers from Korea joined the camp and were amazing!