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Collage Fabric Techniques every Thursday in The Studio, Somerton, Somerset.

Collage Fabric Techniques every Thursday in The Studio, Somerton, Somerset.

Address:
The Studio
Dower House
Lower Somerton
Somerton
Somerset
TA11 7AH

Course Length: 1 day Workshop a week - 4 weeks

Price: £200

5 star rating, 1 reviewers.

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Course Start Dates
Thursday 5th October 2017
Thursday 2nd November 2017

Description:

Workshop Length:
4 Day Course 9.30am start until 4.30pm
Price: Course Workshop of four £200

Explore the exciting range of items that can be made:
New ideas for arranging fabric onto a base using an abundance of textured fabrics samples. The samples are from old lines, often found in haberdashery shops for next to nothing. I have an alladins cave of materials for projects ranging from decorative textiles, cottons, linen and wool. These workshops will give you a good grasp of the fantastic original pieces that can be made using this technique. 
 
Technique experiments:
Planning the collage & backing
Choosing fabrics and layering techniques
Machine sewing and hand sewing *
Finishing and trimmings
 
* If you have a sewing machine, please bring on this session
* There's still three places left for these dates

What's included in the price?

All materials and refreshments are included
Please bring a packed lunch
Warm comfortable workshop
Wheelchair friendly


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