Dyeing from Dining workshop

Come and learn how to create beautiful colours and patterns on paper and fabric from a range of botanical kitchen waste. Make your own paper and fabric samples to take home. Booking essential via The South London Botanical Institute website Prices from £30 – £35

Natural Dye workshop:  dyeing from dining
Natural Dye workshop: dyeing from dining

Sunday 15th January 11am – 2pm
Dyeing from Dining
The South London Botanical Institute
323 Norwood Road, SE24 9AQ

Winter markets

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Herne Hill Farmers Market

I will be selling artwork and textiles at the lovely Sunday market in Herne Hill

Sunday 27th November 10 – 4pm

Sunday 4th December 10 – 4pm

Sunday 11th December 10 – 4pm

Sunday 18th December 10 – 4pm

Cyanotype Blueprinting: 2 Day course at Morley College

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Cyanotype Blueprinting: 2 day course at Morley College

Experiment with an old form of photography to create beautiful images on cloth and paper without using a camera

Sunday October 9 and 16 from 10am-4pm, course code VTX186A

For more information and to enrol:
visit www.morleycollege.ac.uk
call 0207 450 1889
email enquiries@morleycollege.ac.uk

Morley College London, 61 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7HT

Natural Dye Workshop at The South London Botanical Institute

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Natural Dye Workshop:

Dye a silk scarf using madder root. See madder root grown in SLBI garden
Study herbarium sheets of natural dye plants from SLBI. Learn about the history of the natural dyeing process and experiment with a range of colours the madder root makes. Try shibori resist techniques to create patterns with madder.
10 – 1pm

Saturday September 10th

10am – 1pm

£35, book and pay through SLBI

Textile Alchemy

Looking forward to curating this textile show by the talented Advanced Textile Workshop students from Morley College responding to the magic of natural dyeing, the revelations of printing and the mysteries of textile construction. Themes transformed include the River Thames, road markings and personal journeys. Techniques involve surface design, hand crafting and machine stitch, felting and applique.