Stained Fingers Dye Camp 2019 Application
This is a simple application for the Stained Fingers Dye Camp to tell us a bit about you, what you want to learn and your level of experience. Think of it as a very colourful sorting hat. ;) It helps us put you in the class that's best for you!

Once applications are received and processed, we will send out acceptance emails and ask for a non-refundable $100 deposit to hold your space. Full payment will be due in March 2019, and will be invoiced at that time.

Please note that filling out this application implies that we have your permission to share you email address with other Dye Camp students on group emails regarding accommodation and course information.

Name *
Full name
Your answer
Ravelry Name
(if you have a Ravelry account)
Your answer
Email Address *
Your answer
Are you over 18 years of age? *
If not over 18, we will require permission from your parent or legal guardian to attend.
Tell us about your experience in dyeing yarn/fibre and/or fabric *
First Choice session
Second Choice session
I would like to add on the Optional Open Studio Day
I would like to know if other sessions are scheduled
What do you like best about working with hand dyed yarns and/or fabrics?
Your answer
What makes you want to learn how to dye your own yarns and/or fabrics?
Your answer
Projects I'd like to dye for:
Choose all that apply
What else would you like us to know about you?
Your answer
Is there anything in particular you hope to learn in this course?
Your answer
Would you be interested in sharing accommodation with other students?
If you answer yes to this question, we will include you on a group email. Shared accommodation is to be arranged amongst students.
Would you be interested in sharing transportation with other students?
If so, let us know where you'll be travelling from, so we can match you with students coming from your region.
Your answer
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