December 2, 2020

PROGRESSION in TEXTILES

 

Progression in Textiles is a group of like minded people working to improve their practice over the year, Meeting at Eau Brink Studio.

Bringing our work to the public through a series of events to show how we have  moved our practice on from basic beginnings to finished pieces.

As a group of individuals we are all working on our own skill set and intend to push the boundaries to explore a technique or subject to its persevered limits. Each year the members of the group plan to concentrate on a different technique  or subject to explore. As work progresses more than one technique will be involved adding already explored work into a new piece. Or part of previous works.

At our Textiles in Progress exhibitions you can see everything connected with the subject including the rejected pieces. Talking to the artists will give you an insight into their world. showing you how a piece was constructed including workbooks and samples.

Also whilst at some exhibitions you will be able to take part in a Make and Take. Make and Take is a great way to learn a new skill or to just have a go.

Our members want to help you learn and progress in your own practice of work so do ask questions.

Exhibitions

Our exhibited work can be seen in King’s Lynn, Norwich  and  Granchester Village Hall. Not to mention Wymondham at the end of the year. For further information check out the Facebook page at regular intervals.

Progression in Textiles is a group of ten and at this time is full. If you wish to join us when a vacancy arises please get in touch on [email protected] 


November 4, 2020

PROGRESSION in TEXTILES

 

Progression in Textiles is a group of like minded people working to improve their practice over the year, Meeting at Eau Brink Studio.

Bringing our work to the public through a series of events to show how we have  moved our practice on from basic beginnings to finished pieces.

As a group of individuals we are all working on our own skill set and intend to push the boundaries to explore a technique or subject to its persevered limits. Each year the members of the group plan to concentrate on a different technique  or subject to explore. As work progresses more than one technique will be involved adding already explored work into a new piece. Or part of previous works.

At our Textiles in Progress exhibitions you can see everything connected with the subject including the rejected pieces. Talking to the artists will give you an insight into their world. showing you how a piece was constructed including workbooks and samples.

Also whilst at some exhibitions you will be able to take part in a Make and Take. Make and Take is a great way to learn a new skill or to just have a go.

Our members want to help you learn and progress in your own practice of work so do ask questions.

Exhibitions

Our exhibited work can be seen in King’s Lynn, Norwich  and  Granchester Village Hall. Not to mention Wymondham at the end of the year. For further information check out the Facebook page at regular intervals.

Progression in Textiles is a group of ten and at this time is full. If you wish to join us when a vacancy arises please get in touch on [email protected] 


October 7, 2020

PROGRESSION in TEXTILES

 

Progression in Textiles is a group of like minded people working to improve their practice over the year, Meeting at Eau Brink Studio.

Bringing our work to the public through a series of events to show how we have  moved our practice on from basic beginnings to finished pieces.

As a group of individuals we are all working on our own skill set and intend to push the boundaries to explore a technique or subject to its persevered limits. Each year the members of the group plan to concentrate on a different technique  or subject to explore. As work progresses more than one technique will be involved adding already explored work into a new piece. Or part of previous works.

At our Textiles in Progress exhibitions you can see everything connected with the subject including the rejected pieces. Talking to the artists will give you an insight into their world. showing you how a piece was constructed including workbooks and samples.

Also whilst at some exhibitions you will be able to take part in a Make and Take. Make and Take is a great way to learn a new skill or to just have a go.

Our members want to help you learn and progress in your own practice of work so do ask questions.

Exhibitions

Our exhibited work can be seen in King’s Lynn, Norwich  and  Granchester Village Hall. Not to mention Wymondham at the end of the year. For further information check out the Facebook page at regular intervals.

Progression in Textiles is a group of ten and at this time is full. If you wish to join us when a vacancy arises please get in touch on [email protected] 


September 2, 2020

PROGRESSION in TEXTILES

 

Progression in Textiles is a group of like minded people working to improve their practice over the year, Meeting at Eau Brink Studio.

Bringing our work to the public through a series of events to show how we have  moved our practice on from basic beginnings to finished pieces.

As a group of individuals we are all working on our own skill set and intend to push the boundaries to explore a technique or subject to its persevered limits. Each year the members of the group plan to concentrate on a different technique  or subject to explore. As work progresses more than one technique will be involved adding already explored work into a new piece. Or part of previous works.

At our Textiles in Progress exhibitions you can see everything connected with the subject including the rejected pieces. Talking to the artists will give you an insight into their world. showing you how a piece was constructed including workbooks and samples.

Also whilst at some exhibitions you will be able to take part in a Make and Take. Make and Take is a great way to learn a new skill or to just have a go.

Our members want to help you learn and progress in your own practice of work so do ask questions.

Exhibitions

Our exhibited work can be seen in King’s Lynn, Norwich  and  Granchester Village Hall. Not to mention Wymondham at the end of the year. For further information check out the Facebook page at regular intervals.

Progression in Textiles is a group of ten and at this time is full. If you wish to join us when a vacancy arises please get in touch on [email protected] 


August 5, 2020

PROGRESSION in TEXTILES

 

Progression in Textiles is a group of like minded people working to improve their practice over the year, Meeting at Eau Brink Studio.

Bringing our work to the public through a series of events to show how we have  moved our practice on from basic beginnings to finished pieces.

As a group of individuals we are all working on our own skill set and intend to push the boundaries to explore a technique or subject to its persevered limits. Each year the members of the group plan to concentrate on a different technique  or subject to explore. As work progresses more than one technique will be involved adding already explored work into a new piece. Or part of previous works.

At our Textiles in Progress exhibitions you can see everything connected with the subject including the rejected pieces. Talking to the artists will give you an insight into their world. showing you how a piece was constructed including workbooks and samples.

Also whilst at some exhibitions you will be able to take part in a Make and Take. Make and Take is a great way to learn a new skill or to just have a go.

Our members want to help you learn and progress in your own practice of work so do ask questions.

Exhibitions

Our exhibited work can be seen in King’s Lynn, Norwich  and  Granchester Village Hall. Not to mention Wymondham at the end of the year. For further information check out the Facebook page at regular intervals.

Progression in Textiles is a group of ten and at this time is full. If you wish to join us when a vacancy arises please get in touch on [email protected] 


July 1, 2020

PROGRESSION in TEXTILES

 

Progression in Textiles is a group of like minded people working to improve their practice over the year, Meeting at Eau Brink Studio.

Bringing our work to the public through a series of events to show how we have  moved our practice on from basic beginnings to finished pieces.

As a group of individuals we are all working on our own skill set and intend to push the boundaries to explore a technique or subject to its persevered limits. Each year the members of the group plan to concentrate on a different technique  or subject to explore. As work progresses more than one technique will be involved adding already explored work into a new piece. Or part of previous works.

At our Textiles in Progress exhibitions you can see everything connected with the subject including the rejected pieces. Talking to the artists will give you an insight into their world. showing you how a piece was constructed including workbooks and samples.

Also whilst at some exhibitions you will be able to take part in a Make and Take. Make and Take is a great way to learn a new skill or to just have a go.

Our members want to help you learn and progress in your own practice of work so do ask questions.

Exhibitions

Our exhibited work can be seen in King’s Lynn, Norwich  and  Granchester Village Hall. Not to mention Wymondham at the end of the year. For further information check out the Facebook page at regular intervals.

Progression in Textiles is a group of ten and at this time is full. If you wish to join us when a vacancy arises please get in touch on [email protected] 


June 28, 2020
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Creative Powertex is a workshop where you get to create fabulous items using this amazing fabric hardener.

Powertex
Learn how to manipulate this versatile medium, giving you a great start to get creating…

Have you recently purchased or been given a Powertex gift and want to know more about it? 

Are you aware you can make your own items using Powertex? As well as up-cycling home ware items.

Designed to give you the skills and know how to capture your creative flair, Creative Powertex takes place at Eau Brink Studio.

Available for £25.00 this day course gives you all the basics needed to make a jar, brooch, key holder or plaque.

Included in Creative Powertex?

  • Individual one to one tuition – which gives you the specific hands-on knowledge and learning you need to feel relaxed and assured in using Powertex fabric hardener. 
  • Basic materials.
  • Anita will explain how to use the medium and the pitfalls for you to avoid in an initial demonstration.
  • Refreshments include home made cake and hot and cold drinks.

What is Powertex?

Powertex fabric hardener is an environmentally friendly, water-based textile hardener. Which  harden’s absorbent materials such as textiles, fabric, cloth, paper, cardboard, fabrics, leather and fiberglass.

Combining Powertex with self-hardening clays and concrete for 3D objects.

Easy varnish used to finish an  item to makes it weather proof. Therefore, ideal for garden sculptures.

You can buy your Powertex products from Anita at Eau Brink Studio or from Anita’s shop in Long Sutton Emporium. 

At the Long Sutton Emporium you will get to look around lots of different kinds of mini shops. These shops sell things ranging from crafts, antiques, homeware, children’s items and Diamond Art. As well you can buy gifts for your friends and family and you can buy all the lovely items from Anita’s shop as well.

There is a lovely tea room with a warm log fire with good food drinks and scrummy cakes and everyone is welcome.

For more information – Just give me a call on 01553 762 115
Schedule Appointment


June 3, 2020

PROGRESSION in TEXTILES

 

Progression in Textiles is a group of like minded people working to improve their practice over the year, Meeting at Eau Brink Studio.

Bringing our work to the public through a series of events to show how we have  moved our practice on from basic beginnings to finished pieces.

As a group of individuals we are all working on our own skill set and intend to push the boundaries to explore a technique or subject to its persevered limits. Each year the members of the group plan to concentrate on a different technique  or subject to explore. As work progresses more than one technique will be involved adding already explored work into a new piece. Or part of previous works.

At our Textiles in Progress exhibitions you can see everything connected with the subject including the rejected pieces. Talking to the artists will give you an insight into their world. showing you how a piece was constructed including workbooks and samples.

Also whilst at some exhibitions you will be able to take part in a Make and Take. Make and Take is a great way to learn a new skill or to just have a go.

Our members want to help you learn and progress in your own practice of work so do ask questions.

Exhibitions

Our exhibited work can be seen in King’s Lynn, Norwich  and  Granchester Village Hall. Not to mention Wymondham at the end of the year. For further information check out the Facebook page at regular intervals.

Progression in Textiles is a group of ten and at this time is full. If you wish to join us when a vacancy arises please get in touch on [email protected] 



West Norfolk Embroiders Guild Branch welcome you to Eau Brink Studio to Sit and Sew Day in delightful company and surrounds. Bring something to stitch by hand or machine and then sit and sew while put the world to rights. Friendly people with a passion for all different types of stitch both traditional and experimental. The group have a wide range of skills levels and are not experts but enthusiasts. Help and advice are freely available along with hot drinks and cake at Sit and Sew Day.

While you are sitting and sewing you can take time to look at the work of Progression in Textiles group. They will be exhibiting as part of Open Studios at Eau  Brink Studio, and will have items for sale. This is a newly formed textile art group who recently had a debut exhibition at The Forum as part of Makers Festival. That work and more will be on display for you to see. The work ranges from experimental to traditional and many of us belong to the West Norfolk Embroiderers too.

West Norfolk Embroiderers Guild previously known as King’s Lynn Embroiderers has been established for over 20 years in the area. We are currently a small group and would be delighted to meet more like minded people with similar interests. We meet on the last Wednesday of the month at 7.20 at the community room at Tesco Hardwick where you would be most welcome to join us. The first visit will be free.  We usually have speakers who bring work to show us, tell us about how they became embroiderers and techniques involved in there work. On the Sit and Sew Day we meet at Eaubrink Studio on a drop in basis from 10am until 4pm.

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May 24, 2020
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Creative Powertex is a workshop where you get to create fabulous items using this amazing fabric hardener.

Powertex
Learn how to manipulate this versatile medium, giving you a great start to get creating…

Have you recently purchased or been given a Powertex gift and want to know more about it? 

Are you aware you can make your own items using Powertex? As well as up-cycling home ware items.

Designed to give you the skills and know how to capture your creative flair, Creative Powertex takes place at Eau Brink Studio.

Available for £25.00 this day course gives you all the basics needed to make a jar, brooch, key holder or plaque.

Included in Creative Powertex?

  • Individual one to one tuition – which gives you the specific hands-on knowledge and learning you need to feel relaxed and assured in using Powertex fabric hardener. 
  • Basic materials.
  • Anita will explain how to use the medium and the pitfalls for you to avoid in an initial demonstration.
  • Refreshments include home made cake and hot and cold drinks.

What is Powertex?

Powertex fabric hardener is an environmentally friendly, water-based textile hardener. Which  harden’s absorbent materials such as textiles, fabric, cloth, paper, cardboard, fabrics, leather and fiberglass.

Combining Powertex with self-hardening clays and concrete for 3D objects.

Easy varnish used to finish an  item to makes it weather proof. Therefore, ideal for garden sculptures.

You can buy your Powertex products from Anita at Eau Brink Studio or from Anita’s shop in Long Sutton Emporium. 

At the Long Sutton Emporium you will get to look around lots of different kinds of mini shops. These shops sell things ranging from crafts, antiques, homeware, children’s items and Diamond Art. As well you can buy gifts for your friends and family and you can buy all the lovely items from Anita’s shop as well.

There is a lovely tea room with a warm log fire with good food drinks and scrummy cakes and everyone is welcome.

For more information – Just give me a call on 01553 762 115
Schedule Appointment