Textile Workshop – Designing on Fabrics - Part 2

Following on from our Textile Design Workshop Part 1 course, in this second part you will continue to learn how to translate your designs from paper onto fabrics.  You will explore a variety of techniques in textile printing...

Taught by: Dominique L'Olive.

Description

Following on from our Textile Design Workshop Part 1 course, in this second part you will continue to learn how to translate your designs from paper onto fabrics.  You will explore a variety of techniques in textile printing. Whether you are a beginner or have some experience, the course will give you the tools to explore and refine your own concepts.

Topics covered

  • pleating
  • crushing
  • creasing
  • shibori
  • embossing
  • coating
  • bonding
  • lamination

Related courses

Students may attend this course independently of part 1. However, to build a substantial portfolio attendance of both courses is advised. 

Level: All levels



Please note: This course is for students aged 18 and older

Tutor information

After completing a degree in Fashion Textiles at Central Saint Martins, Dominique L'Olive moved on to be a studio manager where she developed and created designs for the UK, Japan and the US. She has since worked with many different companies such as the V&A, Jigsaw, Style Council and Dorothy Perkins, producing a range of textile designs. Dominique currently works as a freelance textile and surface pattern designer and teaches on a range of textile courses at the University of the Arts London.


Materials

Please bring to the first session:

  • Pair of rubber gloves
  • Apron (or old shirt)
  • HB pencil to draw with
  • A4 Sketchbook


Details for booking

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