“Flying into Colours” Online Class with Helen Godden
PLEASE NOTE – If you have previously purchased this online class, the content it is no longer available here on my website. However, ALL the content is still available for you to access anytime, in a private Facebook group. If you have purchased this class previously, please go to Facebook and search for “Flying Into Colours with Helen Godden” and ask to join the group. We will check the website to see you have previously purchased the class and grant you access to the group. Once in the group, you will find all 8 instructional videos and the 3 designs included with the class plus you will be able to ask questions of me and of other students in the group. Thank you
This online class was filmed during an actual Arty Farty Weekend with Helen Godden. The students are real, the results are real and the fun was 100%.
Purchasing this class will give you access to a private Facebook group called “Flying Into Colours” with Helen Godden. In this group you will have access to 8 instructional videos, a choice of 3 patterns and class notes that will take you from start to finish just like being in the classroom!
- Black Homespun, batting and backing; 50 x 70cm (20” x 30”) of each. The top fabric must be black, the backing can be any colour you like.
- Sewing machine with Darning/Free-Motion foot in good working order. Extension table if you have one
- Black cotton or poly cotton thread – a brand that you know works well on your machine.
- Fabric chalk, or Panda Pencil to trace onto black fabric
- Light box or access to a large window to trace
- Synthetic Taklon style brushes, in a variety of sizes from 4mm to 12mm, some round/pointy some chisel/square ended.
- Safety pins for sandwiching.
- Small plastic container to wash brush.
- Basic set of Lumiere by Jacquard Metallic and Pearlescent fabric paints
- General sewing supplies
- Iron and ironing board
- paper and pencil to take notes during the mini lecture
- scissors, snips
- sticky tape to stick your pattern together
- masking tape to stick the pattern and the black fabric to a window to trace
- paper towel and windex to clean up the laminex table surface after painting – an old cutting mat makes a great painting surface