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New! Alphabet tea towels

December 11, 2015

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Hot off the print table, the new Alphabet range of tea towels is now available by mail order. Reflecting my love of lettering, the script appears in both positive and negative to create a strong graphic statement. Available in 3 bold colours – Raspberry, Cromer Yellow and Blue-Black – Alphabet tea towels are priced at £15 + p&p. They are hand-printed on linen union, measure a generous 55cm x 77cm, and make a great Christmas gift.

Delivery information:
UK: Royal Mail 1st class recorded delivery (up to 750g): £3.95
Other destinations (up to 250g): EU: £4.70 / Rest of World: £6.00
For packages heavier than 250g, price will be calculated at time of ordering

Contact me to order

Alphabet tea towel-Cromer Yellow

Alphabet tea towels

One place still available on next 5-day course

October 29, 2015

There is still one place available on the next 5-day course, which runs from 23rd-27th November 2015 inclusive.

Over the 5 days, you’ll work with like-minded people and immerse yourself in everything from design development, preparation of artwork for transfer to screens and screen exposure, through to dyeing fabric, mixing pastes, printing, fixing and finishing. All this takes place in Joanna’s large, well-equipped studio in Glasgow, and with just 3 participants you have expert tuition and plenty of print table space.

Please contact Joanna for further information, to go on the mailing list or to book a place.

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Forthcoming 3-day Textile Screen-Printing Course

September 22, 2015

There is a 3-day course running from Saturday 17th – Monday 19th October 2015.

Screen-print your own designs onto fabric and achieve professional results. Joanna’s courses and workshops continue to be popular with both experienced artists and makers who want some concentrated time to develop their work, as well as those new to print.

This 3-day version of the course is designed for those unable to find time for 5-days, whilst still enabling a satisfying amount of work to be produced. The main differences between the two courses are that participants provide artwork in advance so silk-screens are ready on arrival, and dyeing is omitted from the schedule, thus still allowing 3 full days of printing. On booking, participants are given a guide to assist them in preparing imagery for transfer to silk-screen. Small groups of 3 participants allow plenty of individual attention and work space, as Joanna guides you expertly through each stage, creating a supportive and friendly atmosphere. Courses run throughout the year.

Please contact Joanna for further information, to go on the mailing list or to book a place.

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Forthcoming 5-day Textile Screen-Printing Courses

September 8, 2015

There are two up and coming Dyeing and Screen-printing on Textiles courses:
26th-30th October 2015 and
23rd-27th November 2015

Plan a creative treat this autumn with an intensive 5-day textile printing course with Joanna Kinnersly-Taylor. Immerse yourself in cloth and colour with like-minded people and create your own designs on fabric in Joanna’s spacious and well-equipped studio in the dynamic city of Glasgow. Sharing her expertise and enthusiasm for the printed image, Joanna will guide you through everything from design development and screen exposure to dyeing and printing fabric, fixing and finishing, creating a friendly and supportive environment along the way. By the end of the week some beautiful prints will have been produced, a satisfying amount of knowledge gained and new friendships struck. There is a maximum of three participants to ensure individual attention and plenty of print table space.

Further details
Please get in touch if you would like full information and booking forms.

Other courses are planned for autumn/winter 2015-16, including 3-day options; please contact Joanna if you might be interested in taking part in the coming months or further in the future.

Crafts Council Directory

May 1, 2015

Joanna has been selected for inclusion on the Crafts Council Directory, which has just been launched.

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