City & Guilds (Level 2) Textile Decoration
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About the Course
Learn the practical skills and knowledge to make textiles and craft items at Inkberrow Design Centre.
Three projects are to be undertaken and a folder of work is to be produced. The Design for Craft studies will be presented, appropriately, with the assessments.
• A metre of fabric decorated using one or more techniques.
• A length of fabric for a stated product selected from the list below.
• A set of 10 samples developed from the Design for Craft ideas and using decorative techniques.
• A folder of work.
Project 2 to be chosen from a cushion, shawl, scarf, bag, belt, hanging, stool, drop-in seat or similar item.
In Projects 1 and 2,one piece must be developed using printing techniques and one piece using dyeing techniques. Dyed pieces may be overprinted. Techniques are listed in ‘The course ’.
Each sample for Project 3 must be a minimum of 1/2 metre in length by the full width of fabric selected. Fabrics must range across smooth faced, pile fabrics and textured.
Over 25 years of fashion, design, textile courses and workshops! Inkberrow Design Centre (IDC) is based in Redditch, just South of Birmingham in the West Midlands and offers a wide range of City & Guilds and recreational courses. We pride ourself on tailoring the courses to the individual learners’ needs and requirements, and can offer a flexible programme. IDC incorporates the Old Needle Works Craft Centre.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
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Course Start Dates
Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.
- Accessible by public transport
- Child friendly
- Qualification offered
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