Ceramic Button/Tile Making

£10.00

Ceramic Button/Tile Making Create a number of unique ceramic buttons or tiles to your own design with Margaret from Clay and Wood Works
A fantastic opportunity to create a number of unique ceramic buttons or tiles to your own design, which you can use on your own special projects (an item of clothing, a cushion, splashback, tabletop etc)

On the day you’ll learn the techniques for making ceramic buttons/tile from scratch, this includes clay preparation, cutting, texture and colour. Glazing and kiln firing will be done after the workshop by Margaret. Your dozen best pieces will be available for collection from Fabrication in Leeds.

No previous experience is necessary.

The workshop is run by Margaret Glackin who is an experienced ceramic designer-maker.

All the equipment and materials will be provided

What’s Included:

Clay
• Coloured slip
• All tools related to the process
• Process notes
• Sample ideas and colour chart

Students need to bring:
• An overall/apron
• Optional – special pastry/cookie cutters to make button shapes (some will be available)
• Optional – special cloth remnants with raised shape (eg lace) or embossed stamps
• Ideas of button shapes/designs or a project you have in mind e.g coat, cushion, bag

This workshop is part of our Feeling Fab @ Fab  Project

Positive links between making and mental well being are becoming increasingly clear. To reflect this Fabrication Leeds have been awarded lottery funding to deliver a series of free creative workshops to individuals living in Leeds. A big thank you to Awards For All for their support

A £10 deposit is required to book onto this class, which will be refunded on attendance. This is so we can make sure we aren’t overbooked and have sufficient space and materials

This workshop takes place at our Leeds Shop

Saturday 4th April 2-4pm: Now fully booked for this timeslot

This class is available at other times and dates, but isn’t subsidised

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