September 5 & 6: Patching, Stitching, Weaving: Creating Healing Cloth. This workshop is “near and dear” to my heart! Students create an appliquéd and stitched “healing” cloth. The results from past sessions of this workshop have been very powerful. It’s a great workshop to take if you are in transition, in need of healing or would like to dedicate a piece to someone in need of healing. For more information and to register go here.
Here is a blog post about the last session of this workshop.
|Wendy S. (Background fabrics made on Day #1 of class)|
September 19 & 20: Fabric Printing at Home: A Kitchen Sampler. This 2-day workshop is packed with fabric painting, printing and stitching techniques using materials you can find in your home and in particular your kitchen. On Day #1 we’ll be painting and printing fabrics using techniques from my new book, Fabric Printing at Home. On Day #2 we’ll turn some of those fabrics into a small hand-stitched wall hanging. This is a great workshop whether you are just dipping your toe into the surface design waters or have experience. Lots of great information about recycling and “upcycling” household materials to make print blocks, stencils and fabric resists! For more information and to register go here.
Here is a blog post featuring some of the fabrics from Day #1 of the previous session of this workshop.
Here is a blog post featuring some of the sampler fabrics from the previous session of this class.
The classes look awesome!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Carol! Looking forward to teaching them.Delete
Your Sept 5th and 6th class sounds wonderful...can't wait until you might share students works!ReplyDelete
looking forward to teaching and sharing the results!Delete