ABOUT THIS EVENT
Arts & DIY
With screen printing, any surface can be transformed into a canvas. In this introductory class, you'll learn everything you need to transfer designs of your very own onto paper or fabric.
During class, you'll create a stencil by prepping, coating, and exposing the screen while also covering variables, troubleshooting techniques, and the history of screen printing.
In the student printing session, you'll practice the traditional "flood and stroke" printing method and take home a collection of paper prints and cards completed in class.
Due to the time constraints of the class we cannot accommodate individual artwork or projects
All materials included in class and each student receives a full color instructional booklet to take home.
Our Studio is located in the heart of Seattle's most historic neighborhood, Pioneer square. We are located at 321 3rd Ave S. Seattle, WA 98015. All details for the class will be emailed to you upon purchase. Materials are provided.
All ages welcome
All materials will be provided.Cancellation Policy
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MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST
SUCH SWEET TIERNEY creates hand printed textiles and paper goods for everyday living. All designs are first rendered onto paper with pens and paint, and manually screen-printed using eco-friendly water based inks in our hand mixed colors. Everything is printed, assembled and sewn in our studio, located in the historic Pioneer Square neighborhood of Seattle. Such Sweet Tierney is comprised of husband and wife team London Tierney and Christian Perry
Since 2007 Such Sweet Tierney has transitioned from a simple handmade shop into a collaborative business that supports other talented makers and quality goods.