Course Overview

This workshop introduces fun and non-toxic printmaking methods, which can be used on both paper and fabric

 We will explore the possibilities of various printing techniques such as mono printing, stencil printing, screening, rust – and flour printing and discharge. We will experiment with a variety of resists including paper, plastic, textile, string, wax, flour, acrylic gel medium, etc. We will construct our own screens and further use gelatin as a base for making a printing plate  and our hands as a press

Teacher Profile


Jette was born and raised in Copenhagen, Denmark, but she has lived and worked for many years in the US and the Netherlands. Since 2005 she has been living in Antwerp, Belgium.

Her formal education is in journalism and art history. She has worked on a daily newspaper in Copenhagen, had an art gallery in Los Angeles,

California, and later was curator at the Dutch Textile Museum for more than 10 years, where she organized the very first European Art Quilt exhibition in 1997.

Since 1998 she has worked full time as a studio artist. She has exhibited widely in USA, Europe and Asia, and she is a sought after teacher for workshops in surface design.


Jette has been a member of the European group Quilt Art since 2000, and since 1998 she has been a member of SAQA (Studio Art Quilt Association) and served as the international representative for three years.


Materials List

Supply list:


3 m white cotton

A small amount of different fabric scraps.

Spray bottle

Textile paint or acrylic paint

Plate or tray for mixing paint.

Brushes and rollers

A couple of ‘found objects’.

A couple of rusty objects

Painter’s tape or masking tape.


Old credit cards

Plastic spoon


Glue stick

Black marker

Stencils(if you have them)

Thermofax screens(if you have them)

Block of water color paper, A-3

Old magazines and old newspaper

Old towel (to make printing surface)

Sewing materias: pins, needles, thread


Workshop Terms

While our fibre art workshops are usually held in the gallery's historically significant workshop space, the workshop venue may change according to the needs and wishes of the artist tutor. Likewise, the times of the workshops may vary depending on the type of workshop and its presentation.

Timeless Textiles Gallery will, at its own discretion, where a participant is unable to attend a fibre art workshop, an exchange or credit note will be made available or a refund of the  deposit or payment in accordance with the following Workshop Refund Policy.

Major commitments must be met, and in fairness to all, the policy concerning the refund is:
Cancellations 3 months prior to workshop date - refund 80% fees paid
Cancellations 2 months prior to workshop date- refund 50% fees paid.
Cancellations 1 month prior to workshop date- no refund.

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30 Nov 2019 - 02 Dec 2019


9:30 am - 4:30 pm