Tuesday, June 3, 2014

You're Going to Love It......Resist to Stitch

Its not about disliking or being resistant! Its all about creating resist on fabric. You're going to love it, I promise! A special 3 session online workshop developed just for you. Lots of colour, lots of pattern and lots of exciting new designs to make YOUR fabric so perfectly unique!

In  Lesson One we will explore pole wrapping and Shibori and I have lots of great ideas for easy, simple techniques for you!

In Lesson Two, we'll work with both wax and glue resists for  dyes and diluted paints and play with flour resists as well! You will learn lots of ways to create interesting textures onto fabric!

And in Lesson Three we will focus on a unique and creative way to use stitching to create a resist before dye painting. It's not exactly what you might think....

Would you like to learn more? Then check out the sign up page here: http://susanpm.com/online-workshops/ Read over the Supply List (click on the Green Button)
I also include:
  •  an opportunity to discuss, comment and ask questions with fellow students and the teacher (that's me) on the workshop page.  
  • There's a photo sharing site thats designed just for you to see what others are creating. 
  • Plus you'll have a chance to download all the videos to watch at your convenience....forever! How cool is that??
All of this for a VERY resonable cost! Remember, just go to: http://susanpm.com/online-workshops/
And Register for Resist to Stitch. Hurry! The workshop opens June 19th for a limited number of students, just like you!


Jean said...

This sounds like just the workshop I've been waiting for, unfortunately, I broke my ding dang arm last week and think I'd have a rough time doing this one handed. I'm really bummed. Do you think there'll be another?

Susan Purney Mark said...

Hi Jean,

That is a pain, sorry to hear about the arm, I hope it heals quickly!
I will be offering the class again, probably not until the fall or early next year.
You could also take the class now and download the video to watch and work at any time in the future.

Susan Purney Mark said...

Thank you for the questions. Yes, the class will have a beginning and end date, you will be able to download the videos. I expect they will be about 30-45 minutes long (still editing). I am very flexible about continuing on with help, questions etc for as long as the students need it.
I do offer to send students a DVD of the class, if download speed is an issue. I know of at least one other student who has that issue.
Please let me know if I've answered your questions.
Thanks, Susan