A popular option as an alternative to a talk is to choose a ‘quickie’ workshop lasting 1-2 hours. Because the instructions and materials are all in individual kits, you will all enjoy the session, no matter how many members are in your group.
Get Hot with Angelina
Make a small panel using fusible fibers’ and film in unusual ways to create impressed and distressed surfaces for you to embellish with stitch and beads.
Make a small panel using the colour changing and impression making properties of Angelina fibres and enrich with a little simple stitching and beading.
Apply Angelina fibre patterns with transfer adhesive to a sheer fabric to create a scarf or table runner.
Wiggly Wire Wotsits
Twist and twirl wires and beads to create a selection of wiggly wires, useful ideas for jewellery and embellishments
Easy-cheaty Knitted Wire Jewellery
Using pre-knitted wires, learn how to create bracelets, pendants, earrings and more from this versatile medium.
Metal Mesh Bag
Create a pretty bag or amulet purse from metal mesh, wire and beads.
Wild Wire Weaving
Make the wildest weaving from metal, metal mesh, wire and beads.
Create a truly impressive artwork using metal and beads. Learn how to manipulate metal by adding an embossed pattern, colour with alcohol inks and finally use beading techniques to embellish your piece.
Learn the basics of crochet using wires and beads to create a colourful and fashionable piece of jewellery. Be careful, the technique can be developed in many ways and may even be addictive!
Using a variety of fabrics and stitch you will create a textured surface then treat it with Metal Effects paint and Patinas to form a piece reminiscent of worn stone carvings.
Take a stab at it…
Use needle felt techniques to combine ultra-fine reflective copper, Angelina fibres, threads and linen fibres then add a smattering of stitch and beads for a real ‘wow’ factor result.
Antiqued Paper Collage
Use hot wax, irons and paper to create fantastic surfaces for embellishment with hand stitch and beads.
Strip & Spray
Try new materials and have fun at the same time as creating a lovely embroidered panel. Try out a technique which combines silk cocoon strippings, threads, Angelina fibres, colour and more, then add touches of stitch or beading to complete your creation.
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