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Racello Braid Soft Sculptures Masterclass by Jane Stoddart - 1 DAY on Wednesday 22nd April 2020
Glossy racello straw braid is a classic Swiss millinery material which is available in a wide range of
vibrant colours. We will explore a ‘soft sculptures’ technique in this class and use it to produce
some very on trend fashion hats! We will use bands of braids to create
dramatic bows and turban wraps, both stripy and solid, using head and headband to support rather
than a base or foundation. Long fluttering ribbon ties complete the look!
● learn about history and properties of Swiss straw braids
● learn to measure and pattern make soft sculpture designs
● learn how to join lengths of braid together
● learn to form soft sculptures such as bows and turban wraps on a poupee
● learn to stitch your shaping
● learn to add ribbon ties
● learn to attach to headband
Workshop Materials will be provided:
With an initial £120 non-refundable deposit, you can secure your space on this £235 one day of Masterclass teaching!
- Instalment payment options available
- Workshop materials will be provided
- Full lunch provided
- Tea, coffee and snacks served throughout the day
- A lovely learning environment
Date: Wednesday 22/04/2020
Class Time: 10am-6pm daily
Course Price: £235
Knowledge Dock, 4-6 University Way, Royal Docks, London E16 2RD)
Nearest train station: Cyprus DLR Station
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Jane has been creating beautiful and elegant pieces of couture millinery in Sydney, Australia, for over 30 years. She undertook an ‘old school’ apprenticeship with an established Sydney milliner to learn the trade, after becoming interested in fashion during an extended stay in 1980s London.
Widely regarded for her innovative and elegant classes in the use of lace in millinery amongst others, she enjoys developing new design ideas and novel approaches to materials and technique. Millinery after all, is all about ideas and inventiveness!
Her hats are seen at racing meets and other prestigious events throughout Australia, with many clients winning Fashions on the Field awards, and at international events such as Ascot. She has designed hats for celebrities and luminaries from Kylie Minogue to fashion journalist Marion Hume. With a strong grounding in fashion design, she has collaborated with many leading local designers.
She has been selected as a finalist in the London-based Hat Designer of the Year Competition three times, and she is also currently completing a Masters in Design, focussing on couture millinery, at the University of NSW, Sydney.