PRINTED AND SHINY ENVELOPE BAG with Kim Thittichai- Saturday 16th March 2024 9.45am

Thursday 14th March 2024 - Sunday 17th March 2024

NEC, Birmingham

60-minute workshop – cost £17.00
[Max 10 people]
 
Come and play with the exciting iron-on interfacing Decovil 1 light. Learn how amazingly versatile this clever product is. Layer up torn papers, transfer foil and paint to create a fabulous little envelope bag.
 
Advisory Note:
Not suitable for children under the age of 16 due to the nature of the tools used in this class.
 
Meet the Tutor
Kim Thittichai
Kim has been writing and delivering various courses and workshops for the past 30 years, having regularly taught in the UK and Europe as well Australia, New Zealand and India.
By far her most popular course is Experimental Textiles, and she is very excited to be teaching this again at the show.
Because of the popularity of her teaching, Kim was commissioned to write four books on her experimental textile techniques: Hot Textiles, Experimental Textiles, Layered Textiles, and Reclaimed Textiles.
Now settled in Ireland Kim explores the sights, sounds, peace and tranquillity through her work, which she say’s, “is salve for the soul.”

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60-minute workshop – cost £17.00
[Max 10 people]
 
Come and play with the exciting iron-on interfacing Decovil 1 light. Learn how amazingly versatile this clever product is. Layer up torn papers, transfer foil and paint to create a fabulous little envelope bag.
 
Advisory Note:
Not suitable for children under the age of 16 due to the nature of the tools used in this class.
 
Meet the Tutor
Kim Thittichai
Kim has been writing and delivering various courses and workshops for the past 30 years, having regularly taught in the UK and Europe as well Australia, New Zealand and India.
By far her most popular course is Experimental Textiles, and she is very excited to be teaching this again at the show.
Because of the popularity of her teaching, Kim was commissioned to write four books on her experimental textile techniques: Hot Textiles, Experimental Textiles, Layered Textiles, and Reclaimed Textiles.
Now settled in Ireland Kim explores the sights, sounds, peace and tranquillity through her work, which she say’s, “is salve for the soul.”