A Alicia Fabric Flower Mini-Bouquet Workshop, using eco-ethical and vintage materials
To book a place on this workshop click here: Monday 4th July
Date: Monday 4th July
Time: 3.00pm to 5.00pm (two hours)
Level: All Levels
Teacher: Anna Johnson
Maximum Class Size: 12 people
Craft a stunning mini-bouquet of fabric flowers to brighten up your home or as a truly special gift! Use eco-ethical and vintage materials to create gorgeous flowers that won’t fade!
You will learn:
- how to design a mini-bouquet of fabric flowers
- how to make different styles of fabric flowers using fairtrade organic cottons and vintage beads
- how to assemble their bouquet and finish it with vintage trimmings
- intro to eco-ethical and vintage materials, knowing what to buy and where
All materials and equipment provided. Materials will include fairtrade organic cotton fabric (in various colours), vintage trimmings.
Each person will take home their finished mini-bouquet.
About A Alicia handmade: Anna Alicia took a round-about route to accessory design, via a degree in Art History at the University of Kent and an MA in Fine Art at Central St Martins, London. Her background in Art History and her practice as an artist play a huge role in inspiring her collections, as do the travels of her childhood, and the buzz of living and working in London. Alongside these influences, Anna Alicia also explores a fascination with historical craft and particularly Japanese craft and design.
Ethical and environmental concerns are central to her collections – all A Alicia accessories are made by hand in Anna Alicia’s London studio, using fairtrade organic cotton and vintage elements wherever possible. Far from finding it restrictive, Anna Alicia feels that working with limited materials inspires her to make the most of their possibilities.