CATHEDRAL WINDOWS COLLAGE with Maria Thomas- Saturday 16th March 2024- 11.45am

Thursday 14th March 2024 - Sunday 17th March 2024

NEC, Birmingham

90-minute workshop – cost £24.00
[Max 16 people] 
 
Create a mini patchwork collage with vintage and recycled materials using the simple folding method of Cathedral windows. Expand your creativity whilst reusing found materials in a playful mixed-media way. Make a unique sampler that you can grow into a work of art.
 
Advisory Note:
This workshop is suitable for all abilities and ages 12+. Adult supervision required at all times for under 16’s.

Meet the Tutor
Maria Thomas
Maria studied Embroidery at Manchester Polytechnic during the1990’s. Along side teaching textiles and embroidery for over 30 years, she has designed freelance for fashion, exhibited regularly and has work in public and private collections in the UK and overseas. Her work is about her life with her family, using patchwork and quilting to shape her memories she likes to draw with found objects and recycled materials. Her home and studio are in Kenilworth, Warwickshire.

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90-minute workshop – cost £24.00
[Max 16 people] 
 
Create a mini patchwork collage with vintage and recycled materials using the simple folding method of Cathedral windows. Expand your creativity whilst reusing found materials in a playful mixed-media way. Make a unique sampler that you can grow into a work of art.
 
Advisory Note:
This workshop is suitable for all abilities and ages 12+. Adult supervision required at all times for under 16’s.

Meet the Tutor
Maria Thomas
Maria studied Embroidery at Manchester Polytechnic during the1990’s. Along side teaching textiles and embroidery for over 30 years, she has designed freelance for fashion, exhibited regularly and has work in public and private collections in the UK and overseas. Her work is about her life with her family, using patchwork and quilting to shape her memories she likes to draw with found objects and recycled materials. Her home and studio are in Kenilworth, Warwickshire.