Develop Photos onto Fabric to Create Lovely Decor
Cyanotype was one of the original methods in which photographs were developed, using only light and water. In this workshop, you'll learn the cyanotype basics and create a pair of napkins using your new skills.
Alternative photography is a playful way to take everyday photos and your individual creativity to make a truly special photo that can be turned into one-of-a-kind gifts.
In this introductory class, you will learn the basics of the cyanotype photo development process, artfully develop photos and patterns directly onto fabric, and sew basic hems onto your newly developed fabric, creating a pair of one-of-a-kind napkins.
You will learn:
- Cyanotype printing and photo development using only light and water
- Basic techniques for sewing hems on the sewing machine
Sewing machines are provided, but if you have one, feel free to bring your own.
COST: $40 (all materials included)
About the Instructor:
Rebecca Saylor, owner of OodleBaDoodle, a whimsical line of one-of-a-kind, eco-friendly home decor pillows that she designs and makes in her San Francisco studio. Rebecca is proud to use reclaimed, high-end designer textiles and her sartorial skills to create fanciful pillows and plush animals with wondrous stories to tell. Raised in the Midwest, she can't remember a time when she wasn't creating.