The Department of Illustration

CUTS courses in Liverpool

Posted in Events, Handmade by The Department of Illustration on September 17, 2009

Purlesque (Oct 4th), Liverpool’s hippest haberdasherers will be sharing the secrets of their beautiful Crocheted Flowers , ideal for those who came to our crochet introductions last year, or even those with limited experience of this fine craft. 
http://www.myspace.com/purlesque 

Christine Toh  (Oct 10th), Textile Artist Christine Toh gives an introduction to Devore , a screen print method to specialist fabric that dissolves the top layer of the fibre to turn your printed area into translucency or relief finishes. Ideal for those who have previously done our UV screen-print induction. 
http://www.christinetoh.co.uk/ 

Beccy Williams (Oct 17th) Yes, this is me…I will be giving an insight into Free-Machine Embroidery techniques that can be used to ‘draw’ in stitch directly onto fabric or in conjunction with with dissolving fabric, a film which disappears in cold water leaving only the network of sticthes behind, allowing you to create beautiful lacey 3-D objects and jewellery. 
http://cuts.liverpool.googlepages.com/shoegazerjewellery 

Rhys Wootton (Oct 24th) Brighton Serigrapher Rhys Wootton, a member of B.R.A.G. (Brighton Rock Arts Group) will be paying us a visit to host a Gig Poster Masterclass , not only giving practical guidance on layout design and production of multiple-colour prints, but also providing industry tips on approaching bands for work and getting a foot-hold in the industry. Ideal for those who have done our UV screen-print induction. 
www.rhyswootton.co.uk 

For full details please visit: 
http://cuts.liverpool.googlepages.com/upcomingworkshops 

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