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Harvest Textiles - One Day Wallpaper workshop!


27th September, 2010
Lucy Feagins
Monday 27th September 2010

Wallpaper and recycled textiles by UK-based Australian designer Clara Vuletich, who will take a one day wallpaper workshop for Harvest Textiles next month.

Screenprinting workshops with Harvest Textiles

Harvest Workshop video by Angus Booker at Lettuce Systems. Doesn't it look super FUN!? (and productive!)

I literally cannot keep up with the amount of creative talent in this city... It seems every WEEK there is something new to see / buy / learn / discover!

Harvest Textiles are a gorgeous local craft start-up with a difference - whilst they do sell a select range of beautiful screenprinted wares online, the main focus of their business is running workshops teaching their craft to others.  I have heard SUCH great things about the Harvest Textiles screenprinting workshops... glowing reports, I tell ya.

Harvest is run by three talented local ladies - Lara, Emma and Jess (you can read about them over here!).  They currently share Ink & Spindle's beautiful Kensington studio, however in exciting news, the trio are soon moving to their very own space in Brunswick!  Congratulations ladies!

Harvest have hooked up with UK-based Australian textile designer Clara Vuletich, who will take a one-day wallpaper printing class next month!   Clara is a researcher at Chelsea College of Art & Design, London, and of course her work is insanely AMAZING - have a little look on Clara's blog and see for yourself!  All participants of the wallpaper workshop will design and print a bold, geometric wallpaper panel under Clara's expert guidance.  There are only 8 places so best to book in quick!  Class runs on Sunday October 17th - no experience necessary, all materials provided.

More info over here!

Some Harvest Textiles creations... more over here!

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