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Finding Your Feet and taking steps
May 2 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm£35.00
Join us for Finding Your Feet and taking steps at Eau Brink Studio.
A follow up to the fantastic 2019 workshop Finding your Feet, where we learned how to use the many feet from our sewing machine and more.
A Creative play day where you will explore the capabilities of your sewing machine feet. Suitable for those of you who are wishing to become more familiar and confident with their machine feet and accessories. This will including participants on the 2019 Finding your Feet Workshop. You will use a variety of feet, needles and techniques. You will then be sampling ideas to incorporated into a mini project for you to take home.
For those of you who were not on the initial workshop but would like to join us, Pauline will help make your confidence grow. This is so you can use your machine to its full potential.
What to bring for finding your feet and taking steps
Bring with you
- sewing machine
- box of accessories
- the instruction book if you have it.
- fabric and threads to use
- your lunch.
Pauline will bring with her three or four choices for the mini project. Along with a selection of materials and items you can purchase from her on the day.
Information on Pauline.
Pauline Wrighton is a retired teacher and experienced tutor. who spends many happy creative hours in her own studio. The common compulsive element in all her work is stitch. It combines diverse materials and a variety of techniques, both traditional and experimental. Fabrics may be created from raw fibres or re-cycled materials, others hand coloured and textured, de-constructed or altered. Works often develop spontaneously, colours and textures dictating the development of the piece.
Pauline is largely influenced by my rural surroundings, with organic, natural forms providing a favoured conceptual source.
To see Pauline’s work you can visit exhibition with West Norfolk Artists. Mixed media collaborative group ‘Links and Layers’ and participates over many years in the Norfolk and Norwich Open Studios scheme.