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An opportunity to join with other participants making panels in the Loving Earth Project.
Whether you are just starting on your panel, part-way through or have already finished your panel and text you are welcome to join this informal session. Ask questions, or share inspiration, experience and advice about textile matters, environmental issues and the Loving Earth Project.
If you are just starting out, please look at some of the introductory videos on the Resources page of our website first. Do bring any work in progress or complete, and you may want something to write or draw with.
To book you place, and get the Zoom link, https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/x/lep-online-workshopdiscussion-tickets-166508325885
For enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org The event is free.
- 2727.August.FridayManor Road, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey KT12 2PF
Learn how to make a ‘Loving Earth Project’ Panel with Lottie Percival. The two hour long workshops will be held in the Robert Phillips Gallery at Riverhouse.
We are delighted to offer them as part of the Loving Earth Project Panel Exhibition – which features more than 100 panels stitched by individuals and communities, locally and around the UK.
For either workshop please do book in advance as places are limited.
Please book via this link to Lottie’s website:
Each workshop costs £10. Tools will be provided along with Lottie’s expert guidance throughout. Some materials will also be provided but you may want to bring your own fabric (woven and non-stretchy fabric best).
A chance to sew , draw or progress your Loving Earth panel in the online company of others, quietly chatting if you feel like it, to share inspiration and support each othe
Facilitated informally by Jasmine Piercy.
Starts at 10.30 am UK time
Email email@example.com for the Zoom link. Free.
Exhibitions and some of the associated events are supported by