Workshops at Craft Central

June 27, 2012 at 9:24 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

You might have noticed we are partial to a souvenir tea towel or two.  So we have included a chance to print your own tea towels at our Craft Central show this Saturday.

At this workshop, you will explore vintage tea towel and textile design, and learn how to design and cut your own lino block.  These will be used to print up your own set of hand printed tea towels, all designed by you!  Whilst your tea towel is drying (which doesn’t take long), treat yourself to some homemade cakes, all included in the workshop.

We use a soft lino which is much easier to cut than the traditional lino you might remember from your school days. All inks are washable and non-toxic, so your finished tea towel can be used and washed. That’s if you don’t plan to frame your work of art!

Take a peek at our Facebook album to see all the fab things we made at our previous printing workshops.  And you can see what we got up to at our last workshop in this little film…

Print a tea towel

Saturday 30th June 11am – 2pm

£25 includes all materials and refreshments

All workshops are suitable for beginners and children from age 8 are welcome accompanied by an adult.

Book your workshop place via our etsy shop here or email Gillian to reserve a place.

Craft Central

33-35 St John’s Square

London
EC1M 4DS

Nearest tube Farringdon. Or a short walk / bus from Old Street or Angel.
Bus routes 63, 55, 243 and 153.

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