Course Provider: Joanne Frankel Contemporary Textile Artist
Contact Name: Joanne Frankel
Telephone: 07587 084371
71 Dudleston Road
Course Length: 2 Days
5 star rating, 3 reviewers.
Over the two days I will guide you through the creative process, beginning with your chosen subject we will explore your individual development of ideas through gathering resources and sketching (don't worry, no-one has to be Picasso) With the application of free-machine stitching, painting, applique and hand stitching you will gradually develop your artwork into a piece of original and unique textile art.
These 2-day workshops take place in Joanne's studio at her home in Little Sutton, Cheshire. Filled with light and surrounded by gardens to inspire your creativity... Taking inspiration from the nature
which surrounds us, you will learn to develop your observations with the exploration of colour, pattern and texture into a fantastic piece of original textile art.
I only take a maximum of 4 people for each workshop as I like to be able to give individual and personal attention to each member of the group, this enables each person to go away with a sketch book full of individual designs as well as stitched and appliqued samples ready to develop into a piece of unique textile art as well as a good skill set that they can take away and develop further if they wish.
This workshop is suitable for both beginners and experienced embroiderers.
What's included in the price?
Includes all material costs but you will need to bring along your *own sewing machine that is in good working order and has the ability to free machine stitch.
Refreshments are included but you will need to bring your own packed lunch.
*this is extremely important as I do not have spare machines at this time and you will not be able to complete the workshop without one*
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