9:45 am - 11:00 am
These General Iyengar yoga classes are suitable for students of all levels.
Fridays 09:45 – 11:00 and Saturdays 10:00 – 11:30.
Spring Term passes cost £80 for 10 classes and can be used at any 10 classes within the 10 week term (including evening classes). Single classes cost £12
Iyengar yoga is suitable for everyone. Regular practice can help with many minor health conditions and is very helpful for athletes in preventing strain and injury. All of our teachers have completed many years’ training and can help you progress, whatever your level of experience.
Please note there is no Saturday class on 27 April, 8 June, 29 June.
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
An art exhibition by Margaret Ramsay about Be-longing! Longing to be! We all need to belong, to have a close connection with others and to be accepted “just as we are”!
Launch: Friday 10th May 6:30 – 9pm
Open Daily: 11th – 24th of May 10am – 6pm
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Artist Jamie King has produced portraits of homeless people in Edinburgh, painted from photographs taken with agreement from each individual.
Part of the Mental Health Festival 2019.
Launch: 10th of May 6:30 – 9pm
Open Daily: 11th May – 1st June 10am – 6pm
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Monoprinting for stitch is a fun workshop to learn some easy textile art skills. It’s aimed at patchworkers, quilters and aspiring textile artists and crafters. If you’ve not tried Mono-printing, then you’ll not know what you’re missing. But take it from me, it’s a whole heap of fun and it’s much easier than it looks. It’s a great way of creating your own designs to inspire embroidery and collage. So if you like quilting, patchwork or any form of fabric craft, then why not give it a go? It’s also a really quick way of creating decorative papers for cardmaking.
What will I learn?
Firstly, I’ll show you how to make your own mark-making tools and printing blocks using everyday items. I love to use ‘found’ objects from nature, such as feathers and leaves. These unique marks will enable you to totally personalize your work. Then I’ll demonstrate various mono-printing techniques to create colour and pattern on paper or fabric. You will then spend some time creating your own collection of printed materials (papers and/or fabrics). Finally, we’ll look at how colour and pattern can inspire stitch. You can use hand or machine embroidery to further embellish your work. You could collage or piece your fabrics together to produce a totally unique cushion, bag or wallhanging/quilt. This class will free you from having to buy commercial printed fabrics. It will add a whole new dimension to your work. It’s the easiest way to learn how to design your own unique artworks.
When you come to Mono-printing for Stitch and see how easy and fun it is to make your own gorgeous collage materials, you won’t want to buy fabric ever again.
Must be pre-booked at https://www.artisanstitch.co.uk/monoprinting-for-stitch/
Enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or 0773 939 7369