Master West African Dyeing Techniques Without Traveling to Africa

With thousands of years of history, Indigo Resist Dyeing techniques are among the earliest textile arts.


Lori Lee Triplett invites you to learn and master the West African Dyeing methods without traveling to Africa. In her course, you will create the exact fabric that you want for your next project. The dyeing techniques are easy and low-tech - it's all about being creative and enjoying the process! 


First, Lori shares the rich history of Indigo Resist in Africa. Next, you'll learn 3 cloth preparation techniques: Oniko, Alabere, and Elecko, dye preparation instructions, and then you will finish the fabric. Simply take your time, enjoy the process, have fun and watch your creation bloom!

Hear the History, Learn the Technique

  • $31.99

    $31.99West African Indigo Resist Dye Class

    Save 20% with the Early Bird Special of $31.99 until July 15, 2021. 

    This pre-recorded and self-directed course comes with Instructor and Student Community Discussions. Access for 1 year.

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  • $39.99

    $39.99West African Indigo Resist Dye Class

    This pre-recorded and self-directed course comes with Instructor and Student Community Discussions. Access for 1 year.

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This Course Includes:

  • 43 minutes of video teach you the history of West African Indigo and how to replicate the techniques...step by step

  • Using the Yoruba language, learn more about West-African culture through their proverbs and the artistic skills the Yoruba tribe developed through centuries of Indigo Resist Dyeing

  • Examples of both new and antique indigo to inspire your unique designs

  • 12 instructional videos and written instructions for you to keep

  • Create your own fabric that no one else has!

  • Free Indigo Quilts eBook included in the course!

  • Full access to the course for 1 year

And because we love a cherry on top - let's talk extras.

FREE eBook include with your class (A $20.99 value)! 

The beauty of Indigo quilts is undeniable. Step inside the Poos Collection of quilts, one of the largest privately held collections in the world. Explore the origins of the fiber and fabric presented by two members of the American Quilt Study Group. Featuring stunning quilts circa 1750 to 1890, this collection of blue-and-white beauties will inspire you to make gorgeous quilt projects using present day Indigo or reproduction fabrics.

Course curriculum

  • Welcome to My Course!
    3 Videos 1 PDF 1 Download
  • Introduction to West African Indigo Resist Dye Class
    2 Videos
  • Cloth Preparation
    4 Videos
  • Dye Preparation
    1 Video 1 PDF
  • Finishing the Fabric
    1 Video 1 PDF
  • Complete
    1 Video

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