Thursday, September 5, 2019, 9-4
Join artist Jim Arendt for a workshop in figurative appliqué! Students will learn techniques for turning tired jeans into objects of beauty. Explore ways to visualize, plan, and execute patchwork images using hand, machine, and experimental techniques for the studio. Appliqué is a needlework technique in which patterns or representational scenes are created by the attachment of smaller pieces of fabric to a larger piece of contrasting color or texture. It is particularly suitable for work which is to be seen from a distance, such as banner-making, patchwork, and mending.
Workshop Location: Presidents Office at the Museum 9-4
Teacher’s Business Name: Jim Arendt
Minimum Participants: 6
Maximum Participants: 15
Fee Per Student: $100
Fee For Supplies (due day of workshop): $15
Payment of supplies: cheque, cash, Interac
Description of what supplies include: description of what supplies are included: Maybe we can order them beforehand, if not we can request students bring them.
Heat & Bond Lite, Machine Needles, SCHMETZ Topstitch (130 N) Sewing Machine Needles – Carded – Size 100/16.
Description of what clients bring:4-5 Pairs old Jeans, Sewing machine and free-motion foot (If available), Threads and Needles, Steam Iron.