Transform silk fabric into a surface rich with color and texture that can be turned into 3d vessels, books, boxes, wall art and more!
In this workshop I'll take you the process of transforming plain white silk fabric into a surface that mimics the look of an aged weathered metal surface. Then I will show you how to turn your surfaces into 3d vessels, books, boxes and wall art like my "zip it" piece below.
This online class has open enrollment - that means that as soon as you register and pay for the class you will have immediate access to all the lessons. That means no waiting for lessons to post each week!
Workshop lessons will include pdf files or video and some may contain both. This online learning platform has plenty of space for you to post photos and questions on each of the lessons and just like in an person classroom you’ll be able to interact with your fellow students and of course with me!
Frequently Asked Questions
How long do I have access to the course?
The class will remain accessible to you for at least 6 months.
I'm a beginner - is this class too advanced for me?
Absolutely not! This workshop is suitable for everyone.
Do I need any special textile paints for this class?
Nope! you can use whatever paints you have on hand but you might want to have a few metallics to use. I'd recommend watching the videos before purchasing any supplies.
Will you be offering support,guidance- suggestions to our ideas as we work through the lessons?
Absolutely! this is an interactive online class. I will be available to each student for support, guidance and feedback through the workshop.
What supplies do I need for this class?
I'd recommend watching the videos before purchasing any supplies because you may have something on hand already that will work. Here's a list of the supplies that I will be using in the video demos:
Lightweight silk fabric - I like to use Habotai 8mm Mistyfuse Reynolds parchment paper Lightweight cotton or muslin fabric An assortment of paints and brushes
For some of the projects that I will be making in the class you'll need: Timtex Old pattern tissue paper 12" x 12" stretched canvas 18" metal zipper Sewing machine and general sewing supplies
I don't recommend buying any supplies until after you watch the videos and then deciding which projects you want to make.
I still have a question, how can I contact you?
I'd be happy to answer any questions you might have. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.