For the present, Harriet will be teaching fibre art and basketry workshops in person around NSW, Australia for individuals, groups and conferences. When things shift globally, she hopes to be able to travel again taking textile retreats incorporating yoga and good food in beautiful settings around the world.
coming to your home in 2021!
A beautifully produced online collaboration with Fibre Arts Take Two. Filming has wrapped on a one-on-one learning experience where Harriet will take you into her world. Showing you through foraging in the garden, preparing materials for weaving, her favourite simple techniques for creating fibre art and sculpture and her professional studio set-up.
Please register your interest to go on the waitlist for Harriet’s online class by clicking through and leaving your details HERE
Upcoming In-person Classes:
Cordage & Windowpane Twining (Fish Trap Style) Basket or Lampshade
Sunday, March 14th 2021 – North Sydney Community Centre – 10am – 4.30pm
Students choose soft or hard fibres to create a fish-trap inspired sculptural basket with open weave or windowpane twining. The class will start with string making or ‘cordage’ by hand from leaves or raffia which can then be used to hang their fish trap basket.
These baskets look wonderful on the wall, lit up with fairy lights or small LED bulbs.
Cost: $305 Full day workshop price includes all notes and materials and a shared morning tea. BOOKINGS VIA NORTH SYDNEY CENTRE https://www.northsydneycentre.com.au/courses/23/CLS110629/creative-activities/cordage-windowpane-twining-fish-trap-style-basket-or-lampshade
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LAOS with ACE CAMPS
A textile, weaving and natural dyeing retreat in beautiful Luang Prabang, Laos with Ace Camps and Harriet Goodall.
This 8 day Ace Camp will offer you the opportunity to explore the techniques used in various forms of natural fibre basket weaving and traditional loom weaving. Luang Prabang is the best place in Laos to find the country’s remarkable textile treasures. Laos textiles are considered by collectors and connoisseurs to be amongst the finest in the world.You will work with local artisans learning about silk types, the many uses of bamboo, natural dye preparations and how to weave on a large floor loom, on which you will create your own masterpiece. Harriet Goodall will be teaching an in-depth basket weaving workshop sharing her design process, material knowledge, and technical approaches to modern basket weaving. You will learn while exploring with different materials such as seagrass, raffia and rattan and build multiple small pieces to take home.
JAPAN CREATIVE December 1st – December 9th 2018 SOLD OUT
VIETNAM CREATIVE July 1st – July 8th 2018 SOLD OUT
BALI CREATIVE March 2018 – SOLD OUT
You can also tailor private or group workshops to suit your needs – Harriet will forage, dye and prepare all weaving materials, bring comprehensive notes, tools and most importantly, cake! For a workshop overview with pricing please email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the enquiry form at the bottom of the page.
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