future printing onto fabric workshops?

the king street workshop 1

image: king street artworks workshop participant

the king street workshop 2

image: printing directly onto vintage linen

the king street workshop 3

image: gathered linens and fabrics

It was wonderful to teach and work with  such an amazing group of creative artists last week at the ‘Printing Images onto Fabric’ workshops. Because feedback was so positive, I plan to run a couple more this summer to be held at my studio. Am also thinking about offering lunch – perhaps to be eaten on the studio deck if the weather is kind?

Until next time…

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  1. Rebeccca

     /  September 24, 2009

    Wow that is great news – would love to attend a workshop at your Studio

  2. I’d give anything to be in one of your workshops Alison – and your plans to add lunch is a great idea. They’ll be beating down your door to participate!

    Any chance you might consider an online tutorial for those of us who just can’t get there? You could charge of course!

    Happy Spring dear – we’re anxiously awaiting Autumn weather to kick in, still hot and muggy here and some heavy rain recently. I’ll be in the North Carolina Mtns. for a few days in mid-Oct. so know the trees will be changing color by then – waking up to cool mornings is a wonderful thought.

    Happy weekend.

  3. Lyndy Young

     /  October 2, 2009

    Hi Alison – I would love to attend one of your workshops. Can you let me know when you have arranged some dates? Thanks.

  4. oh if only i lived nearby! i have been experimenting with printing onto fabric (with my printer) just this past week and after the initial tiny success, have suddenly hit a standstill.
    i have so much to learn, but as with everything i’ve achieved thus far, it’s all a journey of trial and error (oh, and persistance!).
    your workshops seem like such fun, and i think lunch would top it all off a treat 🙂
    xo, kali

  5. Hey Alison,

    Just caught up with your blog, I am so pleased everything is going so well for you. Brilliant. I wish I lived just round the corner.

    Woo.
    xx

  6. Therese

     /  October 28, 2009

    I would drive over the hill for that for sure. Your workshop and lunch on the deck sounds like my kind ouf outing…might even bring a friend or 2. Will be keeping a keen eye out for more details.

  7. Hi Alison,
    these workshops sound fantastic, I would really like to be able to head north for these, so I would love to know when these might be scheduled.. is there anyway that you might be able to let me know ta?

  8. I’d love to join in on one of those workshops. Please keep us posted as to when they are.

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