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‘Wild Weaving’ with Caroline Hyde-Brown * New Autumn ’22 date

£60

Learn to incorporate wild flowers in a woven structure – a relaxing Saturday workshop for 2022 with Textile Artist Caroline Hyde-Brown. https://www.theartofembroidery.co.uk/

 

Description

Introducing a truly natural day weaving a simple background with hand dyed yarn, threads and plant fibres. Learn how Caroline forages wild flowers and grasses in the Norfolk and Suffolk countryside. Embellishing techniques, finishing and framing will complete your unique wild piece. A relaxing, mindful and meditative day.

Ideal for beginners in textile weaving /art

 

Additional information

Dates:

1st Oct 2022

Times:

10am-4pm

Experience:

Suitable for all.

Artist Bio:

I originally trained in Fashion Design, but in 1992 I decided to study Textile Design and specialise in Embroidery at Nottingham & Trent University. Working with thread is a necessity for me, time spent handling and working with materials gives me a deeper understanding and a more personal connection. The slow transformation and construction of new visual narratives is gained by exploring traditional techniques, such as hand embroidery, knit and weave. Freelancing and travel combined with socially engaged art projects are an integral part of my practice. Identity, responses to emotional situations, change and influences all provide questions and define moments in time.

Requirements:

  • Your Lunch
  • £5 for Materials on the day.
  • A plastic bag to carry dyed fabric home.
  • If you would like to buy a frame on the day bring some extra pennies – or frame at home with own.

Artist Bio:

I originally trained in Fashion Design, but in 1992 I decided to study Textile Design and specialise in Embroidery at Nottingham & Trent University. Working with thread is a necessity for me, time spent handling and working with materials gives me a deeper understanding and a more personal connection. The slow transformation and construction of new visual narratives is gained by exploring traditional techniques, such as hand embroidery, knit and weave. Freelancing and travel combined with socially engaged art projects are an integral part of my practice. Identity, responses to emotional situations, change and influences all provide questions and define moments in time. 

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