GCCC Fabric Mache

A practical, online, creative workshop involving discussion, tutor instruction, demonstration and practical crafting. Learn how a few simple adaptations, additions and techniques can transform household waste into fabulous, useful and beautiful items. In this session we will explore the simple but fun technique of fabric mach\'e9 to transform old and scrap fabrics into beautiful and useable 3D items such as bowls and sculptures. No experience is required - suitable for beginners or improvers Learning objectives for this workshop; Discuss designing for fabric mach\'e9 including selecting appropriate moulds & fabrics & combining different colours & patterns in different ways Explore fabric as a modelling material, cutting, placing and adapting as necessary to form a structured, 3D outcome Identify methods to successfully complete and present fabric mach\'e9 outcomes Please bring: Old / scrap fabrics - offcuts from sewing projects, old clothing, old bedsheets, etc. Light to medium- weight fabrics work best so please avoid anything heavy like felt, denim or upholstery fabrics Scissors PVA glue Glue applicator (spatula / paint brush) Water Something to mould your fabric around eg a bowl, plate or balloon It would be helpful to have cling film or Vaseline to avoid your project becoming permanently stuck onto the mould, a container for your glue & a plastic layer to protect your working space as this project is a little messy (newspaper table coverings tend to stick to these projects)!

This course starts on Fri, Jul 10, 2020
The start time is 10:00 AM and the finish time is 12:00 PM (2 hours)

At: Google Classroom
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ZZ99 9ZZ

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This course is provided by Cardigan Centre
Website: http://cardigancentre.org.uk
Telephone: 0113 2759282
Email: office@cardigancentre.org.uk

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Who is it for?

Adult Learners 19+.
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Interested?

To contact Cardigan Centre for further information or to book a place, please visit their website http://cardigancentre.org.uk, telephone them on 0113 2759282 or email them at office@cardigancentre.org.uk

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private 2020-07-10 10:00:00 2020-07-10 12:00:00 Europe/London GCCC Fabric Mache - Leeds Adult Learning A practical, online, creative workshop involving discussion, tutor instruction, demonstration and practical crafting. Learn how a few simple adaptations, additions and techniques can transform household waste into fabulous, useful and beautiful items. In this session we will explore the simple but fun technique of fabric mach\'e9 to transform old and scrap fabrics into beautiful and useable 3D items such as bowls and sculptures. No experience is required - suitable for beginners or improvers Learning objectives for this workshop; Discuss designing for fabric mach\'e9 including selecting appropriate moulds & fabrics & combining different colours & patterns in different ways Explore fabric as a modelling material, cutting, placing and adapting as necessary to form a structured, 3D outcome Identify methods to successfully complete and present fabric mach\'e9 outcomes Please bring: Old / scrap fabrics - offcuts from sewing projects, old clothing, old bedsheets, etc. Light to medium- weight fabrics work best so please avoid anything heavy like felt, denim or upholstery fabrics Scissors PVA glue Glue applicator (spatula / paint brush) Water Something to mould your fabric around eg a bowl, plate or balloon It would be helpful to have cling film or Vaseline to avoid your project becoming permanently stuck onto the mould, a container for your glue & a plastic layer to protect your working space as this project is a little messy (newspaper table coverings tend to stick to these projects)!
https://leedsadultlearning.co.uk/courses/CC1920PCD022.3343
Google Classroom ZZ99 9ZZ Cardigan Centre Tel:01132759282 Website:http://cardigancentre.org.uk Email: office@cardigancentre.org.uk

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