Silk Painting – A Beginner workshop on Textile craft in Bangalore

Silk Painting – A Beginner workshop on Textile craft in Bangalore

Silk Painting – A Beginner workshop on Textile craft in Bangalore

Learn silk painting in a 4-hour workshop on Sunday, June 10th. This workshop is for those who want to start learning this beautiful textile craft. By the end of the workshop, participants will learn to paint on silk, satin, and polyester fabrics.

The Gutta / Water-based resist is a silk painting technique where the designs are outlined with a resist which is applied to white or light color fabric that are pre-washed, dried and stretched. Once gutta dries the fabric is painted. After the painting dries the gutta is washed and removed. The Silk colours are transparent and may be used only on light colored fabric.

All materials required for the workshop will be provided.
Materials provided-
Pure silk 20/20 inches
Satin 20/20 inches
White Polyester 12/12
Gutta
Silk colours
Embroidery ring
Brushes
Designs
Yellow carbon paper
Pencil
All fabrics provided will be in white and sized ready to use.

Day & Date: Sunday, 10th June
Time: 10.00am-2.00pm

Fee: Rs 2200 per participant (includes all material cost)

Seats are limited to 7-8 nos for this session. Register by paying an advance of Rs 1,000/- on the website or paytm the full amount to 9715287905.

About the Artist

Mrs. Rani Peter, founder of Christline Home Crafts has been an artist for over 22 years and has a versatile hand for painting on Canvas, Fabric, Glass and other mediums. She also teaches crafts like various types of murals, sculptures, box making and more.

About Bloom and Grow:

Bloom & Grow facilitates artist-led art & craft workshops in studios and also, conducts art based corporate workshops across India.

Let’s Create Textile Jewellery with Uraban Ladder

Let’s Create Textile Jewellery with Uraban Ladder

Learn to make your own unique and eye-catching jewellery using fabrics, yarns, beads and sequins. We will explore textile techniques to create a stylish necklace. This two hour workshop is about pleasure of choosing fabrics, setting up colour combinations, exploring textures and learning techniques to create a handcrafted piece of adornment.
If you happen to have some old jewellery that you would like to give a new life with textile additions, you are welcome to bring them along and utilize those with our expert’s guidance.