Imagine…

working in this printroom. Enjoying the colour, pattern, fabric and creating your own designs

Two print tables, ready to go
Prepare your colours in the dye baths or prepare

to print
Exposing your own screens ready to print metres of fabric for fashion or interiors.
Steaming once printed will fix the print to the cloth.
Using the the right size screen for the job will help you create the design of your choice

What we've got and how we use it so effectively:Embroidery

An occasional round up of the fabulous facilities here at the School of Design in Bath UK

First off…

Embroidery and the fabulous ZSK INDUSTRIAL machines

Once hand skills have been mastered and projects discussed, induction into the industrial machines commences.

Louise has set the workshop up to go……

Joy has set up the domestic and specialist machines in the embroidery workshop.Here examples inspire development of techniques and processes

All kinds of projects can be completed on the domestic machines with inspiration,help and guidance
Students settle down to complete their work
and of course they occasionally need running repairs

Other machines include the Irish machine, the Cornelli, the Leather machine and the Tufter; each machine offering a different process to investigate

Come and see what they do and of course what you can do with them….

Merry Christmas

As the students hand in and start the journey home for the holidays we celebrated the festivities with an all year party.

Not all could make it as some very kind souls offered to man our chalet in the market.

See previous post.

Here we are at our exceptional ‘new’ School for Art and Design

Locksbrook.

Antlers, it seems, are the theme of the year

We wish all our students a safe journey home and a very merry festive season.

We look forward to working with you all again in the new year