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Lynne Friel

Contact Name: Lynne Friel

Telephone: 07908 961 229

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22 Westhampnett Road
West Sussex
PO19 7HW

Lynne Friel
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Learn to cut accurate, bespoke,single mounts using a handheld mount cutter. We'll calculate sizes so you can fit your textiles or pictures into readymade or existing frames. In the afternoon we'll go on to look at cutting box mounts which will introduce depth and shadow around your work. Please bring several textiles (nothing bigger than A3 please) so you have a choice of what to work on. Suitable for complete beginners. Please book directly with...
West Sussex - Next course on 4th April 2019
This one day workshop is suitable for complete beginners or for those wanting to refresh their mount cutting skills. Cutting your own mounts allows you to use standard size frames and recycle existing ones. Perfect for painters, crafters, photographers, calligraphers, textile artists, in fact anyone wanting to make their pictures / textiles look their best. Excellent presentation makes a world of difference, and if you sell your work professional presentation is essential. * Learn to...
Hampshire - Next course on 18th May 2019
This is a fun and friendly workshop, suitable for complete beginners. Using upcycled leather we start by making a small (15 x 11cm) 96 page book with an elastic closure. This will introduce you to all the basic bookbinding and leather working techniques. In the afternoon make a larger 120 page journal with a wraparound leather cover which can be designed to take pens or pencils. This book could be closed using a leather tie...
West Sussex - Next course on 16th February 2019
Use straightforward bookbinding and leather working skills to make two unique journals from upcycled leather. Great to record your latest masterpiece, or just to doodle. There will a maximum of three people and it is suitable for complete beginners. Start by folding paper to make the sections for your book and then choose your cover from a range of upcycled leather. The paper sections are sewn into the leather with a distinctive 'Long-Stitch' which gives...