Using a range of colourful dyes we will be transforming your clothing ready for the summer! Drawing with dyes onto cloth and dipping into buckets of dye creating unusual and wacky patterns by tying, folding, pleating and scrunching the cloth.
Please arrive to the venue 10 minutes before the workshop begins so we can all begin together, thank you.
This workshop is suitable for all levels.
All materials and equipment are provided for these workshops.
I will be providing aprons for you but please wear clothing that you dont mind getting messy in as the dye does stain.
Please do not bring large items to tie dye such as a duvet cover.
Bring up to 4-6 items to up-cycle and transform.
At the end of the workshop please clean your space and the equipment you used, thank you.
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Please let Nicole know if you can’t make the workshop by phone / text or email. If you are unable to make this workshop, your ticket can be refunded only if you give 7 days notice prior to the date of the workshop.
Nicole is a graduate from University for the Creative Arts Farnham and studied Textiles for Fashion and Interiors. In 2014 she set up a textile workshop business teaching creative workshops to both adults and children of all ages and abilities. Nicole frequently runs a selection of Screen Printing and Tie dyeing events around London. The idea is to show local communities how to use Nicole's equipment without being in a professional studio. The workshops are aimed at beginners through to experienced artists and the relaxed environment allows both abilities to mix together and collaborate, sharing ideas, techniques and developing concepts. At the end of the workshop participants will have learnt how to use the equipment, where to source the materials, how to set up a studio space at home. Participants will also have a collection of fabric and paper samples and a range of finished products to take home. See below for a list of Nicole's upcoming events...
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