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leaf printing

October 21st -  Main Guild Saturday Meeting

We are printing with flowers and leaves on art paper and fabric using the hammer method and steaming to print leaves on fabric.  

You will need to bring some common household tools: a nail hammer, scissors, a chopping board or craft board, masking tape, rubber bands and a selection of simple flowers and leaves with good shape and colour, including plenty of green.  

Maple, Geranium, Petunia, Marigold, Pansies and roses all work well and any leaf that is not too large and not too waxy. Ivy does not work well, but Eucalyptus does! 

If you have the following: any clean, plain, fabric is good, old pillow cases are ideal.  A steamer or colander will be very welcome, also. 

10am doors open, 12:30 lunch, 4pm chairs away.

   

November 18th - National Association Summer School

Guild members Carol Crowdy and Sarah Cook will be talking about their experiences at Summer School and showing what they have done.

 


Forthcoming events

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25th Oct Spinning Group meeting - Charvil Village Hall

2nd Nov Weaving Group Meeting - Charvil Village Hall

6th Nov Monday Evening Group - MEG - Denton Road Friends Meeting House

8th Nov Spinning Group meeting - Charvil Village Hall

16th Nov Weaving Group Meeting - Charvil Village Hall