Our use of colour - how we use it and combine it - is vital to the success of most of our craft projects. Spend the morning with Anna Farago learning some tips and tricks to working with colour, adding depth to your craft practice.
Teacher: Anna Farago
Workshop Duration: Half Day
Description: Anna will talk through examples of the use of colour in her own work and how some history and theory of art and design can be used to inform making. You will be given time to experiment using grids, create designs using coloured pencils, watercolour or collage. These designs can then be used (or not) to make a series of ‘fabric sketches’.
Materials to bring:
- a set of coloured pencils and/or a set of watercolours and/or a set of colour paint samples from a hardware/paint shop
- sewing machine and notions (optional)
- fabric scraps (optional)
Fabric sketches and quilt examples, some fabric scraps, cutting mats and rotary cutters will be supplied.
Takeaway: fabric sketches & designs on paper