**Less clothing, new clothes to buy, wardrobes and the earth, can never digest our desires.** **It’s better to spend a little time, sloppy dresses, his shirts, baby gauze coats, grandma’s vintage dresses... dye the pale and yellowed old clothes on the blue sky and the sea.** **Wearing the fermented aroma of natural plants, the mountains and rivers are no longer crying - we are good citizens who love the earth!** **Class content** 1. Design new patterns for old clothes and give them a new life. 2. Learn to tie the dye with wood chips, cords, clips, and more. 3. Learn blue dyeing techniques, fabric maintenance and cultural history. **works** In response to environmental protection and encouragement, this workshop "does not provide fabrics" and invites students to bring their favorite old clothes to participate. If you don't want to bring your own, there are also pure cotton scarves, T-shirts, squares, bags and so on. The price ranges from NT$50-300. **tuition** $650, with a cup of natural farming lotus tea. **Old clothes** 1. Try to be a natural material such as cotton, hemp, silk, etc., and the dyeing effect is better. 2. There are a maximum of two pieces per person. Please avoid carrying heavy coats, coats and denim pants. 3. Please wash the clothes by hand several times, or add a little baking soda powder and boil in hot water (better effect) to remove the surface of the clothes to ensure the color effect. 4. Different fabrics have different color effects. Please feel free to look at the final product. **Transportation** 1. Mass Transportation: Get off at the MRT Mansion Station and walk for about 7 minutes with google map. (Exit No. 2 goes straight to Keelung Road, cross the road after seeing the viaduct, and Lane 119 is located next to the police station. The studio is directly opposite the "National National Middle Side Gate" and the corner of the first floor.) 2. Driving: Drive into the Roosevelt Road ring and go straight to the right. After seeing the "Beauty Water Decoction Bag" and the "National Nationwide" signboard, enter the 119 Lane and there are parking spaces on the roadside.