oneofftwo contemporary jewellery

beautiful handmade jewellery and paintings by dore stockhausen & marcus foley

 

Make a Japanese Apron dress with Carole Rigler

15th & 16th October 2016

 

Join Melbourne Frocksmith Carole Rigler in this fun weekend of dress making as she shares her knowledge and experience with the sewing machine taking you through the process step by step - cutting, pinning and sewing this modern delightful take on a Japanese influenced apron.

This frocking workshop will suit participants with a little previous sewing experience and basic sewing skills will be an advantage.                  

 

The workshop will run 10 till 4 each day and will be for up to 6 participants.

Oneofftwo is a purpose built jewellery workshop turned over to dress making for this special weekend! 

 
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Fee

Total cost of 2 day workshop is $180,-
A deposit of $50 will secure your place

Remainder of $130,- is payable on arrival on Saturday
Deposit is not refundable

If you have any queries please call Dore or Marcus on 5156 3270 or write to us using the contact page

Please complete the form and pay deposit to enroll:

 

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What you will need to bring:

Fabric: Small size dress -

  • 2.20 m x 115 cm wide OR 1.20 m x 150 cm wide (preferably a natural fibre – cotton, linen, denim). Fabric should be            pre-washed to allow for shrinkage.

Fabric: Larger size dress (size 16 and larger) -

  • 2.20 m x 115 cm wide OR 1.70 m x 150 cm wide (preferably a natural fibre – cotton, linen, denim). Fabric should be            pre-washed to allow for shrinkage

  

Fabric: Pocket -

  • 20 cm x 35 cm fabric remnant (could be a matching or contrasting fabric or perhaps a Japanese print)


Other requirements -

  •  Sewing machine
  • 2.50 m x 12 mm bias binding to match fabric
    (for larger size allow an extra 30 cm ie. 2.8 m x 12 mm)
  • Matching thread
  • Scissors
  • Pins
  • Tape measure
  • Marking pencil

 

Traveling?

For those of you looking for accommodation options we can highly recommend either Jetty Road Retreat or on airbnb a great little cottage as both are fantastic: clean, groovy and have stunning views of the lakes, islands and ocean. Best of all they are both only a short drive or walk from our studio.

And if your partner is lucky enough to be traveling with you then they will have plenty to occupy their time whilst you are busy in the workshop. Nungurner provides plenty of outdoorsy activities including fishing, swimming, sailing and kayaking on and in the lake. Bush-walking and mountain-biking in the nearby Colquhoun forest is really great and there are two other MTB parks, each less than an hour away. Surfing at Red Bluff near Lakes Entrance is a hoot when the swell is up too - so pack your car with all the gear for a wonderful break!