Screen printed tote bags

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Description

Join us for a colour-filled day of screen printing and stand out from the other shoppers when you use your stunning tote bag over and over again.

You'll be introduced to a variety of immediate, fun and experimental processes for textile printing, using open mesh and prepared screens with water based pigment inks on cotton. Learn how to mix opaque and transparent colour, create colour blends and explore painterly mono printing.

You can bring your own drawings, sketches and images and we'll chat through the appropriateness of image and how best to interpret it into a design for print. You’ll plan and cut your own designs to apply to your tote bag using paper stencils, with the option of adding a bit of extra bling using decorative metallic highlights.

You’ll leave with a wonderfully designed cotton tote bag, but also a collection of cotton fabric samples ready to be used in other projects.

No previous experience required, this class is a great introduction for crafting newbies, but also a great skill for experienced crafters to add to their repertoire.

About Your Tutor:

Lorna is a textile designer and screen print artist with an established print brand, Blessed Unrest. Since graduating from Edinburgh College of Art with a 1st Class hons degree, post grad diploma in design and a teaching qualification in Further and Adult Education, Lorna has worked as a freelance designer and educator for over two and a half decades.

Trading as Blessed Unrest, Lorna hand screen prints fabric collections, textile artworks and creates stunning products for interiors and fashion. She exhibits and sells throughout the UK at design fairs, galleries and lifestyle retailers and works to private commission.

Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 4 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.

What's included in the price?

All tools and materials are included in the course cost.

Tea and coffee are provided but participants should bring their own lunch and utensils.

All of our classes are suitable for over 16s: younger crafters may be accommodated if accompanied by a participating adult but please contact us before booking.

If the workshop you were looking at is fully booked, drop us a message via the "message the tutor" button and we’ll add you to the waiting list. We will add extra dates to our most popular workshops too. Join the mailing list to be the first to know.

Maker

Rebecca Wilson at Central Scotland School of Craft

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Venue

Craft Central
High Street
Dunblane
Stirlingshire
FK15 0EE

Suitable for

  • Adults
  • Hearing impaired
  • Teenagers

Duration

6 hours (10:00am to 4:00pm)

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