Instructor: Jasmine Kornell
Saturday, April 1 | 10–4pm
In this explorative workshop, you will learn how to repair clothing and cloth by hand through multiple mending techniques: darning, sashiko and appliqué. Along with building the fundamental techniques, special attention will be paid to problem-solving, historical applications and personal style. Students will create several initial samples to gain an understanding of the process and will then have the opportunity for guided time to play and experiment.
Most materials are provided—however, since the purpose of mending is to enhance and extend the life of a cloth, bringing your own projects to work on is strongly encouraged and preferred! Students are also welcome to bring additional yarns and fabrics for experimentation and sharing.
Jasmine is an artist/educator/designer living in Northeast Ohio. She received her MFA in Textiles from Kent State University School of Art in 2018 and is currently a faculty member of the School of Fashion. Her personal work spans 2-D, Sculpture/Installation, Fashion and has been exhibited both locally and nationally. Jasmine enjoys teaching workshops, freelance designing, and tinkering in her home studio while working on a functional production line. www.jasminekornel.com