20th - 24th August 2018

PART 1 : Surface Design - distinctive fabric design for couture (2 days)

Students will design and make their own distinctive fabrics for couture production.

This workshop will inform the garment making workshop Part 2.  A pattern template will be provided for participants to customise and create their own unique garment.

PART 2: Concepts in Couture - distinctive garment design (3 days)

Students will design and make a customised garment.

Quietly understated or wildly sensational – innovative concepts in couture design that will enrich the felt-making portfolio!

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Be inspired with a video from La Couech.

La Couech (31310)

Montbrun Bocage

France

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Three workshops with Miho Kanda and Liz Clay to accompany Komorebi at Heritage Courtyard Gallery

Wednesday 17th October 2018 (2 workshops)

Miho Kanda - Natural Dyeing with Japanese Traditional Safflower

Using Safflower petals Miho will guide you through the process of this traditional Japanese natural dye plant. A short introduction on the history and importance of the plant in Japanese culture followed by hands-on workshop where you will bring fabric to life with this subtle and vibrant dye: delicate pinks to bright yellow and orange.

The workshop is limited to 6 people. Each participant will make samples with cotton and silk using simple resist patterns and then hand dye a beautiful shibori silk hankie.

There are two workshop sessions available, morning (10:00-12:30) and afternoon (14:00-16:30) each priced at £35.

Cost includes all materials but please bring an apron, notebook and pen.

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Wednesday 24th October 2018 (one day)

Liz Clay - translucency and shadow play with hand cut stencils and felt

Explore hand crafted methods of stencil design with beautiful British wool felts to create painterly qualities and landscapes. Liz will share simple design solutions exploring colour, rhythmical structure, patterning, texture and mark making.

The workshop is limited to 6 people. Each participant will develop an art piece ready to frame inspired by natural forms or the manmade environment, personalised by the decorative potential of their hand cut stencils.

The workshop will run 10:30 - 16:30 and is priced at £55

Cost includes all materials but please bring sharp scissors, notebook and pen.

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