This is a half day workshop
Heat transfer workshop with Alison Moger
Synthetic fabric can be turned into beautiful images of your own design, by using natural objects such as ferns, grasses, leaves, feathers old lace and cut paper.
This is an environmentally friendly form of dyeing fabric and can be manipulated and stitched into once you have created your fabric design.
All materials for this workshop will be provided but you are welcome to bring along your own materials. Fabric must be white or a light shade and be synthetic (man made) for a good print result.
You will also need a paper scissors and fabric scissors.
Alison Moger is a practising artist working with free - stitch, mixed media and print; her work will always have a recycling, environmental and family ethos at its heart. She is an avid collector of vintage textiles and domestic objects that show the passage of time and the human interaction.
Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 2 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.
Due to ongoing Health and Safety precautions we are limiting class sizes to 8 people, for all of our sessions, for the time being.
PPE (face shields, gloves and aprons) and hand sanitiser will be available for all of our workshops.
Tea and coffee making facilities will be available or you are welcome to bring your own refreshments or pop to one of our local cafes or bakeries.
3 hours (10:00am to 1:00pm)