1 day textile silk screen printing introduction
This one-day workshop is designed to take you through the whole process of silk screen printing on to fabric.
You will experiment with hand drawn images and cut paper collage to create artwork to print onto fabric in two colours.
You will be taught to prepare, coat, expose and wash out your silk screen. You’ll also learn how to mix inks to print on to cotton or linen fabric.
Workshop dates are arranged at your convenience and are taught on a one to one basis so you’ll get sole use of the studio and bespoke tuition throughout the day.
By the end of the day you will go away with a piece of printed textile and have learnt the skills to prepare your silk screens and print on to fabric independently.
The course is designed for complete beginners or those wishing to refresh their skills.
Materials & resources
Please bring along some sketches, images or ideas as a starting point for your artwork.
A piece of cotton calico fabric will be supplied for testing but you will need to bring along some fabric to print on. This could be a length (1 metre) of cotton or linen, a plain cushion cover, apron or tea towel. Make sure they are good quality cotton or linen fabrics.
All other materials including drawing materials, true grain paper, scissors, inks, binders, emulsion etc are supplied.
Booking & cost
This workshop costs £100.
It usually runs from 10.30 am - 4.30 pm with a 30 minute lunch break.
Tea, coffee and biscuits are provided, please bring a packed lunch.
To arrange a date and book a place email: firstname.lastname@example.org.