Where: Brancaster Village Hall, Norfolk, PE31 8AA
when: 14/8/2021 – 15/8 2021
Where: N&N Open Studio’s At Eau Brink Studio, King’s Lynn,PE34 4SG
When: 1/10/2021 – 3/10/ 2021 and 8/10/2021 – 10/10/2021
Want to get together with other budding textile artists and get to work on what you love?
Have a kit sitting in your cupboard and don’t know how to use it?
Not sure what media you can work with and don’t want to spend money finding out?
Come to one of our Experimental Wednesdays and explore different medias – you are bound to find one that suits you!
Bring your own stuff or just use the studio’s materials. Any medium can be used. An excellent opportunity for you to try new techniques to your own projects or just find one to suit you!
Join us for a day of fun with Powertex. The fantastic product can be used on any natural material, from fabric to glass to wood.
Why not join us every second and 4th Wednesday of each month for a little social get together?
From 10 till 4 we will be chatting over refreshments whilst working on our own individual projects. These do not have to be textile based.
We went for a family day at Eau Brink Studio and the day could not have been better! Learnt a lot about our colours, how to mix them to a better effect as well as learning new techniques. The options were endless and at each stage you could see Anitas enthusiasm for teaching. We came back so happy that we are now making a monthly family time out. If you haven’t been yet…. go!
Many thanks to Anita at Eau Brink Studio for a fantastic weekend workshop with Cas Holmes. She was a very attentive host, offering great facilities, a wide range of refreshments, homemade cakes and lots of helpful advice. The workshop with Cas was amazing, I learned so much from her and my fellow students. I will be back for more!
A fantastic day getting to grips with procion dyeing techniques and well-worth the 140 mile round trip! Thank you Anita for your warm welcome and sharing your knowledge. The cake was pretty amazing too! Now all I have to do is decide what to do with all that lovely, colourful fabric!