Textile talent at the Moreton Area Centre

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Join two textile artists at the Moreton Area Centre later this month as they explore modern and traditional techniques with a range of materials.

Carolyn Isaacs and Pippa Andrews, who belong to the ‘Beyond the Green’ group of textile artists, will come to the Moreton Area Centre on Wednesday October 15th for the workshop ‘Decadent Creations’ (1.30pm-4pm).

The pair – who come from Calne in Wiltshire – will explore a range of different design styles, including two and three dimensional work, and you can create your own piece inspired by the word ‘decadence’. The session will include the innovative use of metals to create textile designs and patterns.

The cost of the workshop is £25 per person, which includes materials, and light refreshments will be available.

Booking is essential. Please contact the Moreton Area Centre on 01608 650881 for more information or to reserve a place.

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