Fabric printing - Print and Paint a Pinny, Picture or Handbag Tutor: Alison HulmeCourse Code: 1822-01
Students will experiment with Thermofax screens, Gellie Plates, stamps and stencils to create a range of samples, from these they will design their own large piece of fabric. Alison will bring a pinny pattern in four different sizes so that students can make up their own unique fabric design into a pinny. Alternatively students may choose to make a picture or large bag
The course will be an introduction to print making on fabric. Using a variety of different disciplines students will learn how to make different backgrounds, print in layers and create balanced designs. From the experimental stages students can then decide which technique they would like to pursue in more detail. At the end of the course there will be time for a Q & A session and notes can be taken.
Please bring with you
Pinny *3 metres of good quality cotton or denim ( 1 ½ metres is required for the pinny the rest is for experimentation). *Small amount of lining material to match *6 metres of 18mm bias binding to match your fabric *Thread to match
Picture Blank canvas and *fabric at least 10cms larger on all sides
Bag *1 metre of fabric to be printed plus 1 metre of *lining . I will provide rope for the handle s at a cost of £5 per bag
Can be provided as a kit – see below
Other equipment needed Sewing machine Basic sewing kit Aprons Old clothes (you will be using paint!)
The following items can be purchased from your tutor
A selection of fabrics to experiment with plus fabric to make pinny. 1 ½ metres is required for the pinny. I will offer white or black cotton drill Small amount of lining material to match 6 metres of 18mm bias binding Thread to match
The above kit will cover experimentation and the pinny for a cost of £25
If you wish to make a bag or pinny please contact Alison before the weekend on 07551224491 or email alisonhulme email@example.com
Suitable for all levels
Missenden Abbey Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire HP16 0BD
I finished my Foundation Degree in stitched textiles in 2013. Since then I have been screen printing fabric, and use this to create large art canvases, bags, pinnies and accessories to my own design. I enjoy creating a huge variety of colours and patterns, and have had great success selling them in a number of venues, including the Knitting Stitching show at Alexandra Palace and the Festival of Quilts at NEC Birmingham. I now have my own studio near Salisbury on the Hampshire/Wiltshire border, and I really enjoy sharing my enthusiasm through my talks and workshops and demonstrating at a variety of textile shows and fairs.
Closer to home I love exhibiting at Sir Harold Hillier Gardens where the Zero Nine Group are always made to feel so welcome.