North Wales & North West

North Wales & North West
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Join us at Kelsall for meetings with like minded folks

The North Wales and North West Region of the Society offers tuition via workshops, classes, visits and lectures.

The region has its own shop which is managed by Paul Broadbent, this is available at most of our regular meetings at Kelsall.

Members are charged £10 to attend a meeting and £15 to take part in a workshop. Tea, coffee and biscuits are included, please bring your own lunch.

Book a place on a workshop with Sue Wood.

An additional charge will be made for the cost of materials at workshops.

Meetings will begin at 10.30, please arrive in good time to get your coffe or tea and set up.

The images to the right show examples of pastpapers made with Michael Burke in April and Kathy Abbott’s endbands workshop which took place last year.

Officers

Barry Clark

Chairman

Jill Sellars

Secretary

Jeanne Pennington

Treasurer

Sue Wood

Programme Organiser

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June 2020

An introduction to paper marbling with Jill Sellars POSTPONED

June 13
Community Centre, Chester Road, Kelsall CW6 0SB, Chester Road
Kelsall, CW6 0SB

Participants will be provided with marbling colours, paper and the equipment required to learn how to make basic patterns. These skills can then be developed to create many traditional and innovative decorated papers. Maximum number 14, Materials cost £15. Students should bring strips of newspaper for skimming (approx 2"x 14") and newspaper to put on the floor, a folding drying rack, an apron and wear comfortable old shoes and clothes. Acrylic paint will be used which does not come off…

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July 2020

Workshop with Gillian Stewart: Painting and illustrating for endpapers and decorative papers POSTPONED

July 11
Community Centre, Chester Road, Kelsall CW6 0SB, Chester Road
Kelsall, CW6 0SB

This workshop will focus on the process of responding to a text block creatively to make illustrated papers. As part of the design process, we'll cover sketches and ideation, and then several methods of painting with inks, water colours and acrylic paints. These papers can be used as endpapers or book sides, and hopefully you'll leave inspired to develop your ideas at home. You'll also be talked through the process of making painted endpapers that allow the design to develop…

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September 2020

Glenn Malkin’s two day workshop on the K118 structure

September 12 - September 13

The Society's Education and Training funds are sponsoring a two day workshop for us on the K118 structure with Glenn Malkin. They will be paying the Tutor's Fee and travel expenses and the hire of the community centre. It is a quarter leather book structure with a cloth-tab board attachment. In this two day workshop participants will make a book from scratch, folding and sewing the sections and lining the spine. In this case, the book is rounded but not…

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October 2020

Diane Illingworth-Clarke’s workshop on magnets

October 10

Magnets offer exciting new opportunities to book artists, binders and box makers. Displayed as part of the design or discreetly hidden under covering material, they can hold things closed, or hold them open, or even keep things in place. In this workshop we will be exploring the properties of different types and sizes of magnets and their use as closures, attachments and hinges. You will make a set of samples contained in a simple wrapper box that will inspire your…

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November 2020

Arthur Green’s workshop on how to make a drop-back box

November 7

The hybrid drop-back box takes the best from two well established box making methods; the 'all-in-one' and the case method. During this workshop, you will make and cover a cloth drop-back box. For expediency, all the parts will be pre-cut, but Arthur will guide you through the method and rational behind its construction. For more information on the subject, see... http://www.greensbooks.co.uk/2017/09/28/a-cloth-covered-drop-back-box/ Tools to bring: a sharp craft-knife, large cutting mat approx. 450mm x 600mm, sharp pencil, various straight edges, 45…

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