Luckhnowi Embroidery Workshop

11.00 AM - 02.00 PM

pH Designs
2nd floor, Pratharna Complex, Nr Induben khakhra vala, Girish Cold Drinks, C.G Road, Ahmedabad, India 380009

Registration fees:
Early Bird (Till 19th May): INR 2000 including materials
Regular; INR 2200 including materials
For any query, call us on +91 8306363530 / 9428110033

2019-05-21 11:00:00 2019-05-22 14:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Luckhnowi Embroidery Workshop

Learn the intricate luckhnowi/shadow work embroidery.

As the name suggests in this intense workshop on the traditional and age old craft of chikankari or shadow work from Luckhnow,we will take you through the basics of this beautiful and delicate handcraft.

This embroidery is delicately done on kurtaas, sarees and lot of other textile products.

Chikankari or the shadow work is mostly done with white threads on bright and pastel colored surface ,but on the back or the reverse side of the fabric using the herringbone stitches,which results into fine shadows on the face of the fabric.

Apart from herringbone we can apply few more basic stitches as well.

The fabric mostly used for this embroidery is sheer or transparent textiles like soft organdy, soft cotton,voile or chiffon Georgette to enhance the intricacies of the work.

This workshop is organized by pH Designs in collaboration with Tara- ABD

Workshop Details:
– In the two-day workshop we will first show you the basic stitches and then provide you with a organdy piece with design printed on it for you to fill and take home a nice chikankari or shadow embroidered piece.

– Also we will give an applique duppatta in organdy so that you could fill it in your way for future works.

– Happy learning the intricate craft.

Source: Facebook

pH Designs
2nd floor, Pratharna Complex, Nr Induben khakhra vala, Girish Cold Drinks, C.G Road, Ahmedabad, India 380009

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com

Learn the intricate luckhnowi/shadow work embroidery.

As the name suggests in this intense workshop on the traditional and age old craft of chikankari or shadow work from Luckhnow,we will take you through the basics of this beautiful and delicate handcraft.

This embroidery is delicately done on kurtaas, sarees and lot of other textile products.

Chikankari or the shadow work is mostly done with white threads on bright and pastel colored surface ,but on the back or the reverse side of the fabric using the herringbone stitches,which results into fine shadows on the face of the fabric.

Apart from herringbone we can apply few more basic stitches as well.

The fabric mostly used for this embroidery is sheer or transparent textiles like soft organdy, soft cotton,voile or chiffon Georgette to enhance the intricacies of the work.

This workshop is organized by pH Designs in collaboration with Tara- ABD

Workshop Details:
– In the two-day workshop we will first show you the basic stitches and then provide you with a organdy piece with design printed on it for you to fill and take home a nice chikankari or shadow embroidered piece.

– Also we will give an applique duppatta in organdy so that you could fill it in your way for future works.

– Happy learning the intricate craft.

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The Cyanotype Workshop with Si ...

The back to basics workshop. We all know the color cyan but there is also a photographic process related to it, known as the Cyanotype. Originated in the 1840s, it was largely used as a copying technique than for photography and was designated the term “blueprint”. The workshop will share the basic know-how, techniques of toning the prints and the process of printing it over cloth & other materials. It is also about exploring the change of the color cyan to different shades of prints and toning the final prints with kitchen spices like tea, coffee, etc. Participants will get a DIY Cyanotype kit to print more than 50 photographs on their own.   Source: Facebook.

2019-06-16 11:00:00 2019-06-16 14:00:00 Asia/Kolkata The Cyanotype Workshop with Si ...

The back to basics workshop.
We all know the color cyan but there is also a photographic process related to it, known as the Cyanotype. Originated in the 1840s, it was largely used as a copying technique than for photography and was designated the term “blueprint”.

The workshop will share the basic know-how, techniques of toning the prints and the process of printing it over cloth & other materials.
It is also about exploring the change of the color cyan to different shades of prints and toning the final prints with kitchen spices like tea, coffee, etc.

Participants will get a DIY Cyanotype kit to print more than 50 photographs on their own.

 

Source: Facebook.

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Doodle On Plate

Doodling along with being a great relaxing exercise, helps to improve one’s artistic skills and brings out the creative side. In this workshop let your hands do the thinking and create gorgeous doodles on ceramic plates. Workshop Details : – The workshop will give you an idea about what doodle art is and how to make doodles on a plate. -You’ll also learn to seal the art work and fix hooks to hang it on your walls. – You will get 2 plates to take at home. Note : Please carry a sketch book and your basic stationary like pencils, pens, erasers, sharpener, etc. Source : Facebook.

2019-07-05 15:00:00 2019-07-05 18:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Doodle On Plate

Doodling along with being a great relaxing exercise, helps to improve one’s artistic skills and brings out the creative side. In this workshop let your hands do the thinking and create gorgeous doodles on ceramic plates.

Workshop Details :
– The workshop will give you an idea about what doodle art is and how to make doodles on a plate.

-You’ll also learn to seal the art work and fix hooks to hang it on your walls.

– You will get 2 plates to take at home.

Note : Please carry a sketch book and your basic stationary like pencils, pens, erasers, sharpener, etc.

Source : Facebook.

pH Designs
2nd floor, Pratharna Complex, Nr Induben khakhra vala, Girish Cold Drinks, C.G Road, Ahmedabad, India 380009

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com

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