Tuesday, February 18, 2014

sashiko workshop


Producing Brisbane City Council's Art Bites program for the BrisAsia Festival has been so much fun. As well as being part of our amazing facilitators' workshops I've also been running some really lovely textile based workshops around Brisbane including sashiko stitching at Old Inala Hall last week.

I had a really lovely time sharing skills, knowledge and history with a great group of ladies.

















A huge thank you to everyone who came along and especially to my soul mate Wayne (aka Country Boy) who has dedicated so much of his time to making the Art Bites program happen.

There are still a few vacancies left in the workshops, you can check out the full program here.

All photos courtesy Wayne Dring.


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