Exploring Fiber Reactive Dyes
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Exploring Fiber Reactive Dyes with Claire Benn Fiber Reactive Dyes are a great resource for producing results that are colorfast and very washable. With a basic understanding of how things work, you will begin to see better results in your projects. This workshop series is perfect for beginners who want to achieve great results from using fiber reactive dyes with both cloth (natural fibers) and other natural raw materials such as paper, reeds, caning (or even wood) as well as experienced fiber artists who want to improve their practice when working with fiber reactive dyes. In association with Galli Productions BUY WORKSHOP About Join Claire Benn for this series of workshops designed to demystify the processes and materials used to achieve the best results when using fiver reactive dyes.  Learn a variety of techniques including silk screening, gradations, colour charts and mark making, plus ,various dyeing methods such as bucket, table and washing machine. Thus us one of the most comprehensive workshops on working with fibre reactive (Procion MX) dyes and a great opportunity to learn new techniques to create unique fabrics that you can use in a variety of future projects. Level: Suitable for all levels, with sections for beginners through to intermediate and advance. Price: £40 (plus £1.50 booking fee) Watch the trailer to find out more! What you'll learn: Workshop IntroductionCloth & Preparation for DyeingIngredients for Fibre Reactive DyeingBucket Dyeing: Low vs. High Water Immersion DyeingTray Dyeing for Smooth and Textured FinishesDyeing a Serial GradationDyeing in the Washing Machine & Over-dyeingMaking Liquid and Thickened Dye Paint Surface design and colour development exercises including: Working Black Dye on White FabricFundamentals of Screen Printing with Thickened DyesScraping, Brushing, Marking: Working Wet on WetDry Brush TechniqueUnderstanding Color Theory: The Color TartanProcion MX Color MixingComplex Colors, Neutrals & Gray MattersBlack, Neutrals & Shades of Gray What's included: More than 7 hours of detailed video instruction 100-page STUDY GUIDE which is provided in PDF formatRecipes and methodsBench reference guideDye ChartAccess to the on-demand until 11:59pm (GMT) on 31 December 2021. PREVIEW E-BOOK BUY WORKSHOP
Kate Khullar: Pom Pom Christmas Wreath
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Pom Pom Christmas Wreath with Baubles & Bow By Kate Khullar BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS Pom Pom Christmas Wreath with Baubles & Bow By Kate Khullar BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS About Join Kate from Little Dot Loves for a fun session to make your own pom pom wreath. You will be using a wreath base and five colours of yarn. Kate will show how to make the pompoms and use a hot glue gun to build up the wreath adding baubles as well.This class is suitable for all abilities. Materials you will need: Materials can be purchased from suppliers of the Beyond K&S Shopping Hub, available here: www.theknittingandstitchingshow.com/shopping-hubBookers will receive full joining instructions and a session materials list. Plus, there will also be details of patterns, advance preparation guides and links of where kits can be purchased if these are applicable to your session.   You will need: 5 colours of DK yarn5 BaublesWreath Base MDF Hot Glue Gun1 Bow 5 colours of DK yarn5 BaublesWreath Base MDFHot Glue Gun1 Bow Alternatively, you can purchase a kit from the tutor which includes the yarn, hot glue gun and MDF wreath base, priced at £32.To purchase from the tutor, please click here.  Access to the session This session has already taken place. If you booked this session you will receive a recording of the to watch again or you can purchase it today on-demand. The On-Demand recordings will be available to view until 11:59 pm GMT on 28 May 2021. BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS About the Tutor: Kate Khullar Kate believes in making time for calm. Serial maker, and unapologetic optimist. Tutor contacts Website: www.littledotloves.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/littledotlovesInstagram: www.instagram.com/littledotloves ** The Knitting and Stitching Show are not responsible for the kits visitors purchase from the tutors including the price, availability or delivery. Stock may be limited. Please liaise with the tutors for details and please note restrictions may apply.
Sarah Burnett-Moore: Christmas ‘Ku...
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Christmas 'Kusudama' Japanese Origami Bauble By Sarah Burnett- Moore BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS Christmas 'Kusudama' Japanese Origami Bauble By Sarah Burnett- Moore BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS About Using decorative paper and thread/yarn we will use an old Japanese origami technique to make 60 petals then assemble five of the petals into a flower and then use all 12 flowers to make a Kusudama (Flower Ball).We will then make a tassel and add it together with a loop for hanging. Traditionally these were hand-sewn but we will use PVA.Suitable for all abilities. Materials you will need: Materials can be purchased from suppliers of the Beyond K&S Shopping Hub, available here: www.theknittingandstitchingshow.com/shopping-hubBookers will receive full joining instructions and a session materials list. Plus, there will also be details of patterns, advance preparation guides and links of where kits can be purchased if these are applicable to your session.   You will need: 60 squares of decorative paper – origami paper is perfect but old wrapping paper or magazine pages work just as well. Minimum size 5cm but probably easier if you go larger10 x 15mm bulldog clipsEmbroidery thread or lightweight yarnA tassel maker ScissorsPaper folder if you have one or a dessert spoonPot of PVA glueFine paintbrushPot of water 60 squares of decorative paper – origami paper is perfect but old wrapping paper or magazine pages work just as well. Minimum size 5cm but probably easier if you go larger10 x 15mm bulldog clipsEmbroidery thread or lightweight yarnA tassel makerScissorsPaper folder if you have one or a dessert spoonPot of PVA glueFine paintbrushPot of water Access to the session This session has already taken place. If you booked this session you will receive a recording of the to watch again or you can purchase it today on-demand. The On-Demand recordings will be available to view until 11:59 pm GMT on 28 May 2021. BUY THIS WORKSHOP ALL WORKSHOPS About the Tutor: Sarah Burnett Moore Doctor by day, crafter by night – Sarah paints, illustrates, makes hats and does bookbinding as well as other paper arts. Tutor contacts Facebook: www.facebook.com/craftpunkdesignInstagram: www.instagram.com/craftpunkdesign ** The Knitting and Stitching Show are not responsible for the kits visitors purchase from the tutors including the price, availability or delivery. Stock may be limited. Please liaise with the tutors for details and please note restrictions may apply.


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