Introduction to Doodle Cloths Printed & Stitched Fabrics Online Workshop with Jessica Grady
Doodle Cloths - Printed & Stitched Fabrics Online Workshop
How does it work?
Prior to the session you will receive all of the equipment and materials you will need through the post. Along with a Meeting ID and Password for Zoom. Using these, you can log in to the class at the time of the workshop!
After booking your place on the workshop you will be sent an PDF detailing what images will print best onto fabric. After you have selected your images you need to email them across to Jessica: firstname.lastname@example.org - then Jessica will edit and order your printed fabric panel which will be then posted over to you ready for the live Workshop. Please note your image/design will print how it has been sent across as a single image on the fabric. Jessica is happy to help with any issues and can resize and edit images so they print the best that they can.
Due to fabric printing time, bookings will close 2 weeks before the date of the workshop.
Lucky dip containing a mix of the following items. Each participant will receive a unique pack.
- Either x1 30cm x 30cm digitally printed fabric panel on 300gms cotton canvas featuring an image of your choice OR x2 15cm x 15cm digitally printed fabric panels on 300gsm cotton canvas featuring an image of your choice
- Mix of unusual threads/wools
- Mix of small sequins/embellishments
- Small swatches of additional textiles/paper/recycled plastics
- Die-cut sequin selection
What's else will you need?
- Needle and thread
- Embroidery Hoop
Jessica is a contemporary embroidery artist who works from her studio in Leeds with the assistance of her studio cat Spencer the tabby! She create colourful and highly tactile textiles and sculptures that utilise many recycled and waste materials. She also teaches workshops and courses across the country to schools, private groups and organisations. Jessica’s work has been sold and exhibited across the UK and Europe and she is also a Crafts Council Directory maker. She was awarded the Embroiderers Guild Scholar award in 2018 for her textile practice.