Time & Location
Apr 15, 2023, 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Zionsville town hall, 1100 W Oak St, Zionsville, IN 46077, USA
About the Event
Start thinking about the beach you want to create and start collecting possible fabric from your stash and even pick up an odd fat quarter between now and then. Fabric choices? Think batik, and other cottons. Totally up to you, since you’re the one combing the beach and picking up little chunks of glass.
The glass? Little squares of many pastels in your chosen colors. Remember, Seaglass is small pieces of glass that have been churned in the water--that started out as bottles, etc. Plan on bringing extra to trade with others as well as any leftover bits of fabric you have that already has adhesive attached.
The Sand? It is easy to just think of sand as beige. Real beaches come in a wide variety of colors. Maureen has a collection of white/tan (Normandy, France), black (Iceland), light orange (Sahara, Tunisia), red orange (Namibia, Africa), and grey (Bali). Sand is also light green (Hawaii), bright white (Clearwater Beach), yellow-orange (Porto Ferro), pink (Bahamas),and even purple (Pfeiffer State Beach), Sand's color comes from its mineralogy or the physical structure of the crystals that dominate the sand. https://www.travelchannel.com/interests/beaches/photos/unusually-colored-beaches
A supply list will be emailed to you after registration. Plan on bringing your sewing machine in working order.
Seaglass Member workshop$21.00
Seaglass Non-member workshop$32.00