Saturday 5th June from 10pm to 4pm
We have a few places still available for this exciting workshop, Catherine will demonstrate how to create a base shape using the sinamay and a basic wooden block and millinery wire.
Using some vintage hats and headpieces as inspiration we will use a modern millinery product Sinamay to interpret a contemporary design. You will create a wonderful headpiece and also learn some delightful ways to master the use of sinamay as a trim. You will also learn a few techniques with feathers to add panache to your headpiece.
Learn about which hats will suit your unique face shape and uncover some of the mysteries of millinery using traditional wooden millinery blocks at this one day workshop. Students are welcome to bring along with them a special brooches or exquisite feathers that can be incorporate into their fascinator. To be held at The Sewing Room on Saturday 5th June from 10pm to 4pm.
Silk Rose Workshop
Thursday 3rd June from 10am to 2pm
My Mother had spoken of this technique as she had seen it as a child and was fasinated by the brass flower tools that formed the petals so when Catherine Kelly told me about it. I asked if she could delivery a class at The Sewing Room. You will be delighted with the beautiful silk flower you will create using traditional brass flower tools. You will learn about suitable fabric choice, methods of stiffening fabric, traditional tooling techniques and assembly of flowers. This workshop will be held at The Sewing Room on Thursday 3rd June from 10am to 2pm.
Places are limited so if you are interested in coming to these exciting fascinator or silk flower workshops please contact us via email email@example.com