Upcycled Textile Basketry Class

Learn how to use up fabric scraps to create pretty vessels



3 hours Class size 1 to 6

label $125 (or 4 payments of $31.25 Afterpay)

Using sewing leftover fabric, or second-hand material from an op shop, you can join in the "second life" textile movement, and create unique basketry containers, platters and even sculptures that will be useful and beautiful.

In three hours, with all materials provided, you will make your own textile basketry vessel, while mastering a new skill for life, and for the good of our planet.

Combining up-cycled cord, wrapped in off-cut fabric, and a simple blanket stitch, you will combine colours and textures to create something amazing. It's easy and addictive! This is a wonderful addition to your skill set with plenty of opportunities to add in your own personality and ideas.

Wendy's bushland studio/gallery space provides a comfortable, welcoming environment amid the sights and sounds of nature. The addition of a little break for tasty refreshments makes this a perfect outing for individuals or friends.



Knowledge required
No prior knowledge or skills are needed. This class is perfect for beginners.
 
What you'll get
All materials needed are provided.
 
What to bring
Just yourself and a willingness to learn a new skill!
 
Suitable for

This class is great for individuals and couples as well as for a team building activity, birthday, hens party or bucks party.

This would also be a unique gift for her, gift for mum or anniversary gift.


Wendy Murray is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and adheres to COVID-19 government guidelines.

See additional precautions taken   

Workshops are run in an outdoor setting to enhance safety.
All food and drinks will be provided to each participant personally.
This is a Covid registered business.
Location

Kayleen Bondi Junction Studio/Gallery - 6 Cottonwood Way, Hornsby Heights NSW

Your teacher

Discovering botanical printing and dying has lead my art practise down an endless path encountering the diversity of clean natural processes to create colour and pattern on paper and textiles. Sharing the experience with others reinvigorates my own curiosity, and the questions asked by participants creates a wave of energy that I joyfully ride. Publishing my first book, The Natural Dyers Notebook, Volume 1, was a direct result of the curiosity of others.

More about this class

This class is new, and is covered by ClassBento's money-back guarantee.

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