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Cyanotype Fabric Print Making

Debbie Bryan, St Marys Gate, Nottingham, NG1 1PF

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Cyanotype Fabric Print Making

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With a morning introduction to this magical Victorian photographic print process and an opportunity to view our studio’s historic Nottingham Lace industrial cyanotype, learn and experiment the process and design applications with beautiful materials.

Create your final print before a seasonal lunch and an afternoon of fabric embellishment and embroidery, adding distinct design to your creation.

 

Creative Techniques 

Illustration | Negative space composition | Hand-embroidery | Embellishment

Materials & equipment table 

Acetate | Permanent Pens | Interesting objects | Unusual shapes | Nottingham Lace | Yarns and threads | Buttons and beads | 15cm Embroidery hoop

Fee includes

All materials including a embroidery hoop to display your cyanotype print | Lunch | Tea, coffee & cake

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£60 Per Person. Fee Includes All materials including a embroidery hoop to display your cyanotype print | Lunch | Tea, coffee & cake

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