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Summer Show 2019

2 Aug - 25 Aug 2019

Various makers / Photography by Susan Castillo

The creative workshops during the Craft Scotland Summer Show 2019.

Stephanie Fradette

WorkshopHand weaving with Le Petit Moose - SOLD OUT

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Create a personalised handwoven wall hanging with fibre artist Stephanie Fradette from Le Petit Moose. During the course of the workshop you will play with textures, different stitches and create shapes. Stephanie will help you find your weaving rhythm whilst learning the fundamental techniques of warping your loom, fringing and finishing techniques.

This class is ideal for beginners, no prior weaving experience is needed. All materials and yarns will be provided.

Stephanie blends bold colours into her woven wall hangings – showcasing a passion for beautiful fibres, rich textures, contemporary design and making.

Ages
16 and above

Dates
Friday 9 August / SOLD OUT
Saturday 10 August / SOLD OUT

Duration
3 hours and 30 minutes

£45 per person

11/12 places per workshop, booking essential

Anna Liebmann

WorkshopWillow Weaving with Anna Liebmann - SOLD OUT

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Weave a boat-shaped basket from organically grown Scottish willows. Experienced basketweaver Anna Liebmann will teach you the techniques to create a unique woven basket from different coloured barked willows. Anna will guide you through grading and shaping of the willows.

Since 2005, Anna has been weaving with willow that she grows, cuts, sorts and prepares herself. To Anna, baskets are things of beauty – sturdy and precise.

Ages
16 and above

Dates
Tuesday 20 August / Book now
Saturday 24 August / SOLD OUT

Duration
3 hours and 30 minutes

£50 per person

10 places per workshop, booking essential

Kate Colin Paper

WorkshopIntroduction to Paper Folding

Learn the art of paper folding with designer/maker Kate Colin. You will transform a piece of paper into a 3D geometric form. Kate will guide you through the process of making three objects: a star, a folded vase and a bauble. 

The workshop will provide a basic introduction to the art of paper folding. Participants will explore the techniques needed to transform a flat piece of paper into a range of three dimensional shapes and forms and they’ll learn how to make some amazing three dimensional homewares and vases using just a few simple folds. A range of high quality colourful paper will be provided as well as all materials and tools. You’ll leave with skills, knowledge and lots of new ideas to try for yourself at home.

Ideal for beginners, all materials and tools will be provided, including a range of pre-cut colourful paper, mats and folding tools.

Kate is a Glasgow-based designer/maker who creates bold, sculptural handmade objects for the home. Maths meets design as Kate hand-scores paper, then hand-folds and assembles geometric forms into contemporary home accessories.

Ages
16 and above

Dates
Sunday 18 August / SOLD OUT
Wednesday 21 August / Book now

Duration
2 hours and 30 minutes

£40 per person

12 places per workshop, booking essential
 

Maker Profile
Lucy Roscoe

Young Maker WorkshopMake Your Own Book - SOLD OUT

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Transform paper into 3D forms. Maker Lucy Roscoe will guide you through traditional bookbinding skills to create three book forms, and plenty of ideas! Materials will be provided at this fun beginners workshop.

Lucy Roscoe is an illustrator and maker based in Edinburgh, using drawing, printmaking and craft skills to explore how sculptural books can be used to tell stories. Lucy graduated with an MFA in Illustration from Edinburgh College of Art in 2010 and continues to teach on the undergraduate Illustration programme.

Parents, carers and guardians may attend to assist young makers if required.

Ages
12 to 16

Dates
Sunday 11 August / Book now

Duration
3 hours

£15 per person

8 places per workshop, booking essential

Kim Gunn 2

Young Maker WorkshopHeat Transfer Printing Workshop - SOLD OUT

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Learn how to create colour, patterns and textures on fabric. Maker Kim Gunn will guide you through how to apply dyes to paper before transferring onto a tote bag or t-shirt using heat. Materials provided.

Edinburgh-based textile artist Kim Gunn specialises in teaching textiles and leads the surface design and printed textiles studies at Edinburgh Design School. Kim is a graduate of both Glasgow School of Art and the Royal College of Art in London.

Parents, carers and guardians may attend to assist young makers if required.

Ages
12 to 16

Dates
Saturday 17 August / Book now

Duration
3 hours

£15 per person

7 places per workshop, booking essential
 

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