ALL THE FREAKY PEOPLE MAKE THE BEAUTY OF THE WORLD (Michael Franti) So, if you’ve been busy making things for good causes – awesome! But some days you feel a little angry and feisty-so here are a few ways to express those feelings in a productive way as a maker. Wikipedia defines Craftivism as a form… Read more »
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Welcome back to Lillstreet Textile Classes! Open Studio will begin on January 17. The schedule will be posted in the studio, as well. All current students are encouraged to come to open studio. If any changes are needed for one-day workshops, info will be posted in the studio and on the blog. Happy sewing! Happy… Read more »
Due to a workshop in the print room this Saturday, December 17, Open Studio will only be held in the sewing room. If you’re a currently enrolled student, you’ll have access to open studio Through Thursday, December 22, so you’ll still have plenty of time to finish your end-of-year projects!
Hi there, Let me to introduce myself. My name is Claire and I’m teaching Handmade Clothing for Baby and Child in the early winter section at Lillstreet! I am the one woman show behind the childrenwear collection Wolfechild. In this course, I will lead you in constructing your very own heirloom quality child’s garment. I’ll… Read more »
Hello, I am Tricia Royal, the Textiles Artist in Residence for 2016-2017. If you see me around the department or building, please say hello! I am primarily a quilt maker. I am using my year long residency as an opportunity to dive deep into the surface design side of textiles with screen printing and dye,… Read more »
Mastered half square triangles? Made a few log cabin variations? It’s time to expand your piecing vocabulary and I can help you out! I’ll be offering two workshops in November, “Piecing Curves” and “Foundation Paper Piecing”, highlighting indispensable techniques that will allow you to move your piecing into exciting new terrain. Details are below. Join… Read more »