Make a scarf with cashmere surplus
PLUS pop-up shop
Join us to design, weave and sew a zero-waste cashmere scarf using surplus from a Scottish mill, who produce high end cashmere wool products. This has to be the ultimate in sustainable sewing! The mill production process leaves a surplus called “slitter tape” in a wide range of colours and patterns. This can be used to make fabric in a number of different ways - in this workshop we'll focus on weaving and stitching. Everything you need will be provided, but feel free to bring your own pins / sewing kit if you prefer.
We will also be running a pop-up shop selling products made from the cashmere wool surplus as well as the slitter tape.
On the day we’ll cover:
setting up temporary looms to the size and shape you need
choosing colours and design
other fabrication techniques
ideas and inspiration
tea and coffee!
Saturday 7th March 2020
Workshops, North Berwick
WHAT YOU'LL NEED TO BRING:
Bring your sewing kit if you want. Only basics are required – pins, scissors, and a quick unpick is useful to use as an awl.
£45 including all fabric and supplies plus tea, coffee and cake.
This class is suitable for sewers who are familiar with a sewing machine and have some basic experience.
Minimum age 16+
Our aim will be to finish all items in the class but if time runs out, you may need to finish the sewing at home.
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