16 Sep 2019 | 11:00 AM - 01:00 PM
Enjoy a series of hands-on workshops facilitated by Mel Brady of Gin Rummy Vintage. With a focus on vintage style and sustainable practices you’ll take away a useable object or artwork to adorn yourself or your home.
These workshops will be accessible to all skill levels and abilities with foundation techniques for beginners and advanced options for skilled artists and crafters. Carers are welcome to participate so please book tickets accordingly.
A spread of book in workshops and drop in sessions are on offer.
Monday 16 September: Personalised tote bag
Use stencil printing techniques and embellishments to create a unique canvas carry all. Bookings essential.
Tuesday 17 September: Pom-pom and tassel garlands
Learn the simple techniques of pom-pom and tassel making and see a variety of applications. Drop-in, no bookings required.
Wednesday 18 September: Up-cycled fabric-wrapped holder
Use selected fabrics, wrapping and gluing techniques to create a multi-purpose container to hold plants, craft supplies, utensils and more. Bookings essential.
Thursday 19 September: Custom handmade twine
Twist and twirl colourful fabrics to create custom twine. Uses include rag rugs, coiled containers and more. Drop in, no bookings required.
Friday 20 September: Mini loom weaving
Select your shape and then weave a combination of colours and textures into a bookmark, wall hanging or personal adornment. Free. Bookings essential.
Superhero softies event
21 Sep 2019 | 11:00 AM - 01:00 PM
To celebrate Disability Action Week and the start of school holidays, join Mel Brady of Gin Rummy Vintage for a family friendly hands-on crafting session.
Using upcycling techniques, fabric pens and stitching you can create a superhero badge that features your unique superhero power.
This workshop will be accessible to all skill levels and abilities with foundation techniques for beginners and advanced options for skilled artists and crafters. Free. No bookings required.
Image credit:Image courtesy of Moreton Bay Regional Council.
Caboolture Regional Art Gallery, 4 Hasking Street, Caboolture