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FREE RESOURCE: Wrap ‘N Weave

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FREE TEACHERS RESOURCE: WRAP ‘N WEAVE + NICOLA PERREN

Downloadable resources to support textiles, fashion and art teachers.

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FREE RESOURCE:  Wrap ‘N Weave + Nicola Perren

We are offering these resources free of charge, but if you would like to donate to our ongoing support of textiles education, we would really appreciate it. Textiles Skills Centre is managed by a small team of volunteers, who develop free resoures and support teachers through the Textiles Teachers Centre and other networking activities.
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WRAP ‘N WEAVE + NICOLA PERREN

TEA ’N CHAT with Textile Artist and Lecturer Nicola Perren, who leads a hands on weaving workshop, which can be used in the classroom. A session playing with yarns, materials, and objects to create wrap and woven inspired samples suitable for development boards or, as samples in their own right.

THE RESOURCES INCLUDE:

  • VIDEO RECORDING of the Tea ‘N Chat with NICOLA PERREN  CLICK HERE TO YOUTUBE
  • TEMPLATE pdf to use with workshop.

Nicola Perren-photoNicola is a freelance designer, maker and tutor with a studio based in Slaithwaite, West Yorkshire. Having spent over 20 years as a f/t senior lecturer in Textiles at the University of Huddersfield, their experience teaching weave, drawing for textiles, craft and design has led into a practice that springs from drawing into textiles.

 Nicola has a BA [Hons] in Textile Design and an MA in Contemporary Art, this mix of approaches to practice then led onto a PhD [Activating the Amateur in a Crafts Practice] which celebrates making and creativity in non-formal learning environments.

 

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