My Bendigo Adventure Teaching Screen Printing and Fabric Design
I have just come back from a spectacular four days in Bendigo Victoria. Three of those days I was teaching my Screen Printing and Fabric Design Workshops hosted By Rosalyn Effenberg—who is lucky enough to have an entire cottage to craft in on Honeysuckle Street Bendigo. Yes and create we did.
A dawn start for me on the breathtaking Sydney Harbour.
It truly was a magical sunrise as seen from the Manly Ferry.
Cakes and more cakes.
On the train to Bendigo.
Day One Workshop—Screen Printing and Fabric Design On Honeysuckle Street
Wonderful Meg, pregnant with her second child prints a wonderful star table cloth.
Buddhist monk Tenzen designs a fabric all about life long love—the journey begins with boy meets girl.
The Friday group for Screen Printing and Fabric Design from left includes Roz, Saffron, Alvera, Tenzen, Julie, Irene and Meg.
Day Two Workshop—Screen Printing and Fabric Design On Honeysuckle Street
Busy day today, the room is filled with so much inspiration and design ideas.
The lovely ladies brought a plate each for lunch which included goats cheese balls, caramelised onions and potato pizza, bocconchini salad with spinach leaves and quiche, with a gigantic fruit plate plus chocolate. Thanks so much!
Botanical artist Jodi creates a delicate and very beautiful fabric.
Roz is bursting with love. She creates a delightful hearts fabric.
Wonderful soulful Lea with her neutral colour palette had a ball printing her parrots.
The Saturday group included Lea, Ainsley, Heather, Jodi, Rozlyn, Jacqui, Caro.
Day Three Workshop—Screen Printing and Fabric Design On Honeysuckle Street
Roz prints outside the cottage on a splendid April day creating a printed painting for her studio.
Beautiful yellow Butterflies by Anne
Lauri's turtles swimming in the water.
Maree's swallows in flight.
Last day in Bendigo. And some 20 plus original fabrics are printed. This group includes Amelia, Liz, Roz, Saffron, Lauri, Anne and Maree.
Roz is a master with a hook and her crochet is amazing. She teaches classes weekly in her cottage.
At the end of my wonderful time in Bendigo right before Roz drove me to the train station I helped her to yarn bomb her Rav.
I think it looks amazing. Keep an eye out for it if you are in Bendigo.
Thanks to all who came along and made the Workshops in Bendigo such a memorable time for us all. A huge thanks to Roz who has a heart of gold and put together all three workshops for me.
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