ABOUT THIS EVENT
Arts & DIY
Once you start screenprinting you’ll be hooked!
In this workshop, we’ll briefly cover the history of the craft and then move on to practicalities. We’ll discuss stencil options and the characteristics of your process that will affect your final print. Everyone will create their own paper stencils and then practice printing on paper (greeting cards!), before printing on your choice of flour sack towels or tote bags. You’ll walk away with your stencil, your practice paper prints, and your textile prints. And you’ll have the knowledge to come back any time to do more screenprinting here, using CRAFT’s screens, squeegees, and inks.
In this workshop, you will
- make your own stencil,
- choose your ink color,
- practice printing on paper (greeting cards, anyone?),
- choose textile items like towels and koozies to print your design on, and
- learn in an intimate setting with one on one support as needed.
Drinks and snacks provided.
Reservations required. No kids. Workshops are refundable up to 72 hours in advance. 1 spot is for 1 person unless otherwise noted. Email hello [at] madeatcraft.com with questions.
All ages welcome
Custom Cancellation Policy
Workshops are refundable up to 72 hours in advance.
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MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST
an all-you-can-make buffet of arts and crafts supplies
CRAFT is a walk-in craft room for grown-ups, owned and operated by native Austinites. We’re open six days a week for Open Crafting. We also host the best creative and yummy workshops in town!
Just walk in (no appointment needed) and we’ll give you a tour to orient you to our all-you-can-make buffet of arts and crafts supplies.
We also welcome date nights, bachelorette parties, corporate team building events, birthday parties, and any other excuse to have fun and get artsy. We are everyone’s craft room and our studio is a creative, judgment-free zone.