Fabric Applique Collage with Arounna Khounnoraj | The Makerie

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Fabric Applique Collage with Arounna Khounnoraj | The Makerie

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Friday, April 28 : morning
Friday, April 28 : afternoon
Saturday, April 29 : morning
Saturday, April 29 : afternoon

In this workshop students will create an image by combining botanical or abstract shapes. By collaging natural dye fabric and my own screen printed fabric students will add hand sewn elements to form additional patterns and textural elements. 


Skill Level

no experience needed


Materials to Bring

. all supplies included . 

*however if you have something special you would like to add to your piece, please bring it!


Materials Provided

. embroidery hoop .
. embroidery thread .
. needles .
. scissors .
. naturally dyed fabric .
. our own screen printed fabric .
. cotton muslin for sewing on .
. washable sewing pencils .
. 8.5 x 11 bond paper to sketch on .
. pencils, sharpener and erasers .


About Arounna

Arounna Khounnoraj received her art education from The Ontario College of Art, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and an MFA from University of Waterloo. She has received numerous awards from The Ontario Arts Council, Toronto Arts Council and The Ontario Craft Council. She has exhibited her work in solo and group shows across North America and Europe. Her work is in public and private collections. She currently resides in Toronto and runs her design business bookhou with her husband John and their children Lliam and Piper.


Contact

bookhou.com
arounna@bookhou.com
instagram.com/bookhou
facebook.com/bookhou