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Katherine Ferrier  | Sunday, September 24, 10am-6pm

$185 (includes sncks, drinks, and all materials)

In this workshop we’ll work with themes of light and dark, shadows and ghosts, and collaborations with the unknown, as we learn how to make prints on fabric using the power of the sun and the magic of cyanotypes.


We’ll take inspiration from the land, collecting shapes that call to us in the form of leaves, sticks, flowers, or feathers. We'll delight in the beauty of everyday and ordinary, as we contemplate the shapes of familiar objects and keepsakes from around our home. 


Once we make our prints, we’ll use that fabric to make a small quilt/wall hanging, adding stitches as another layer of meaning. Along the way we’ll explore elements of composition, design, and embracing mistakes, all while learning the basics of quilt making. 


Kits will be provided and include treated fabric to make prints, quilt batting, and backing fabric.

Please bring:

  • scissors
  • a sewing machine in good working order*
  • thread for your sewing machine
  • objects from around your home you'd like to make prints of
  • a bag lunch


No previous experience needed. 


*Several sewing machines are available if you don't have one. Please make a note when you register if you need to borrow a machine.





    Studio 102
    Lincoln Street Center
    24 Lincoln Street
    Rockland, Maine, 04841

    Plenty of parking in back of building, which is an old elementary school.
    Enter through the doors on the right side as you're facing the back of the building from the parking lot.
    Outside doors will be locked, but someone will let you in. 
    Please plan to arrive by 9:45, so you have time to land.
    We'll start right at 10.

  • Sunday, September 24, 2023

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