Hooked Into Textiles – Rag Rug Weaving

Start
20th March 2020 10:00 am
End
20th March 2020 4:00 pm

£65.00

Rag rugging has been traditionally used to produce domestic rugs by recycling precious woven fabrics. In todays world there are lots of discarded clothing and textiles that we can upcycyle fabrics to produce textile surface of colour, texture and pattern. Come learn to make amazing pictorial rugs with textile artist Liz Shackleton.

In this workshops you will learn to use colour and texture to produce a piece of work that can be used for a cushion, wall hanging, seat cover, bed head etc…

See more of her work www.Lizshackleton.co.uk

This is an all day workshop.

List of requirement will be sent out before the workshop

 

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Rag rugging has been traditionally used to produce domestic rugs by recycling precious woven fabrics. In todays world there are lots of discarded clothing and textiles that we can upcycyle fabrics to produce textile surface of colour, texture and pattern. Come learn to make amazing pictorial rugs with textile artist Liz Shackleton.

In this workshops you will learn to use colour and texture to produce a piece of work that can be used for a cushion, wall hanging, seat cover, bed head etc…

See more of her work www.Lizshackleton.co.uk

This is an all day workshop.

List of requirement will be sent out before the workshop

 

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