On this full-day screen printing workshop you will learn how to create a repeat pattern suitable for printing onto fabric.
You'll spend the morning creating patterns and learning how to make them seamlessly repeat across your fabric.
Then we’ll take your best patterns and create screen prints using the photo emulsion method. You’ll learn to coat, expose, print and clean silk screens, and then print them onto cotton creating repeating patterns.
You will print your final design onto a cushion cover, apron or tea towel ready to take home.
Price: £95 per person including all materials, welcome refreshments and lunch.
Please note that The Arienas Collective experiences are run from a first-floor space and unfortunately we do not have lift access. Please inform us of any skin or food allergies when booking.
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