Ignite Craft 2018 – Friday, March 23 – Fuller Craft Museum

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Another night of great inspiration, cool company, and new stories from makers in the greater Boston area. For the 8th year, Common Cod is sponsoring Ignite Craft Boston, where up to 20 creative souls will share their passion for their crafts with a like-minded, crafty audience. Friday, March 23, 2018 from 6:30pm at Fuller Craft Museum, Oak St., Brockton, MA.

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Marbling on Fabric Workshop – The Eliot School – Sunday, April 29, 2018

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Marbling on Fabrics as a one-day Sunday workshop at the Eliot School in Jamaica Plain, Boston with marbler Cristina Hajosy. Explore Turkish-style marbling on textiles such as ribbon, cotton, linen and silk. Combine beautiful swirls and mottling colors to create lovely, unique designs on pre-sewn scarves or on a fabric you can then use for clothing or other projects. Sunday, April 29, 2018 from 10am to 4pm.

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Fabric Marbling – Fuller Craft Museum – Saturday, March 3, 2018

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Marbling is a glorious way to spend a day. Both a delight in the making, as well as the having. You’ll be amazed at the process and your creations. We’ll focus on Turkish-style marbling. This method, “Ebru”, can produce lovely figurative designs of fish, flowers, birds. and abstract shapes or go with the traditional combed patterns. Your floating designs may be free-form, combed, or even blown. Embrace the design experiment with a wide variety of fabrics, sizes and finishes to inspire your creativity. Join marbler, Cristina Hajosy on Saturday, March 3, 2018 from 10am to 4:30pm at Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton.

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New Fabric Marbling Workshop – Sunday, June 4

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Each participant will have their own vat for printing in different sizes to fit the dimensions of the fabrics and products. Typical choices include: Fabric Yardage in cotton, silk, polyester and blends, Pre-sewn “Blanks” in silks and cotton to include pocketsquare, flour sack cloth, and long scarves, Ribbons in a variety of fabrics. Of course, you’ll have custom color mixing for plenty of choices. You’ll leave with a pile of fabric marbling, strategies for marbling on your own, and a cookie in your mouth.

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