Workshops & Courses
1-2-1 HEAT PRESS PRINTING - 2 DAY COURSE £265
Learn how to create and print your own fabric designs using a variety of drawing and painting techniques in this in-depth introduction to the heat press. Suitable for beginners, this workshop is aimed at those who would like to explore a new technique or further develop their creative practice in textile print.
In this 2-day practical hands-on workshop, you will be guided step by step through the transfer printing process, leaving with a selection of printed fabric samples for you to develop and build your ideas on. Set in the designer's own studio, you will be working directly with Gina, providing you with a rare one-to-one learning experience.
By the end of the workshop, you will have:
- Mastered the fundamentals of heat press printing
- Explored a variety of painting, drawing and paper cutting techniques
- Gained knowledge and understanding of transfer dyes and fabrics used
- Creative reference samples to expand your practice
- Enjoy a fun experience learning a new printing technique in a professional studio environment
Various dates (tbc): Wed/Thur/Fri. Timing: 10:00 -16:00 pm.
Course runs over 2 consecutive days. Weekend bookings - considered on request.
Location: Craft Central The Forge, 397- 411 West Ferry Road, E14 3AE Directions
Booking is essential: To book a 1-2-1 workshop with Gina please email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss dates and availability.
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About the Tutor:
Gina Pipet is a trained textile print designer with over 15 years industry experience within the luxury fashion and interior design sectors. A specialist in pattern design, she is known for her brave use of colour, confident geometrics and distinctive prints. Since 2012 she has produced her eponymous collections of printed scarves, accessories and fabrics, selling products globally to customers and retailers. Alongside her ready-to-wear collections Gina welcomes commissions for fashion, interior and art. Her clients include interior designers, architects, buyers, contractors, fashion brands, museums & galleries, universities, and social enterprises.
Gina is a longstanding member and studio holder at Craft Central and is represented by Future Icons. She is a member of the Crafts Council and Make it British directory, supporting local manufacturing and small run production.