Date: Saturday 14th April 2018
Fantastic Plastic Fusion
Learn how to recycle old plastic carrier bags into a strong, waterproof material.
Plastic bags are cut and fused with a hot iron in layers - to make an A3 sized material, that can be cut and sewn like any other fabric.
We will guide you through effective tips, techniques and design ideas for your fabric.
You can then turn your finished material into a clutch bag, phone, pencil/ glasses case, bunting or colourful wall hangings.
We have templates, plastic snap fasteners and sewing machine available to complete your projects.
No sewing experience is needed.
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Barnoon Workshop is a dedicated space for arts and crafts activities in the heart of St Ives in Cornwall
It is surrounded by stunning scenery, overlooking Porthmeor Beach, and a short walk from Tate St Ives, the Babara Hepworth Museum, beaches and shops.
Our Workshops are led by experienced professionals, in a relaxed an informal atmosphere. They're usually available for all ages and abilities. Ticket prices include all the materials for the workshop.
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