This Legacy weekend stands out from other Arrowmont workshop weekends through it’s focus on heritage craft workshops. In addition to the workshops, participants will enjoy storytellers, music, social gatherings, a gallery opening, and spring hikes in the Smokies.
A 4-DAY EVENT
WHEN: July 29 – August 1 Starting at 7:00 AM
WHERE: San Marcos, Texas at the Embassy Suites Conference Center
Sassy Southern Sewing 2015 is a 4-day sewing event set in San Marcos, Texas – featuring a lineup of exceptional hands-on classes taught by extraordinary instructors. There are classes for “sewistas” at every level, including classes for kids from 3rd grade through 12th grade – generously underwritten by Baby Lock USA. Janome joins Baby Lock USA as a sponsor of the Event.
More Info at http://sassysouthernsewing.com/2015/
iPad Collage & Digital Design for Fabric Online Printing
Presented by Susie Monday
Thursday, May 30, 9:30-3:30
Experiment with some of the wonderful collage apps on the iPad — cut and paste (virtually), as well as layering, grid designs and free form combining of art images, preexisting and new shape collections, famous art image vocabularies, and more. We’ll also do a walk-through on how to take an idea from iPad to Spoonflower, on the iPad and/or your laptop. $80 fee. App list sent ahead of time.
For More infomation – Contact Susie Monday
Junanne Peck presents Printed Textiles without a Press
Monday, April 13, 2015
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm at Alamo Heights Christian Church
Fee: $60.00 + a kit fee $7
Don’t miss this three hour workshop with Junanne Peck, a member of Women Printmakers of Austin and North Texas Printmakers Guild. Design and make simple printing blocks. Participation is limited to 15. Develop creative ideas to print your own fabric and paper. Release your inner creativity, as Junanne Peck guides you through the printmaking process.
Feb. 27-March 1, 2015
REPEATS May 1-3, 2015
El Cielo Studio, Pipe Creek
Weekend retreat with optional Friday night potluck. Participants will design, stitch and print fabrics and other textiles, then construct a simple garment based on the traditional huipil of Mayan women, reinterpreting the story telling and cultural identity of the garment as a personal work of art. Sewing machine optional, garment can be completed at home. [Read more…]
January 23-24-25, 2015
Start out your sketchbook and your creative journey of 2015 with reflections on your work and creative process this past year, with new vision ideas for the coming year, and a creativity jump start to get your ideas in motion. [Read more…]