For those who would like to continue to learn different designs in this Japanese art, this one is called 'Interlocking Pentagons'. For the design, the ball is divided into 10 'complex divisions which results in 12 sections to decorate. These traditionally geometric patterns will inspire you to create your own colour combinations and designs. They make lovely ornaments or gifts, and are great to hang on a Christmas tree or in the window.
Suitability - Advanced Suitable for students who have at least attended the workshop 'Making a Temari Ball' or who have made a number of Temari balls previously. It is not absolutely essential to have attended a level 2 Temari workshop before attending level 3, however you should have ideally made a number of balls previously so that you are confident about the standard measuring technique.
Date(s) Saturday 3rd November 2018(1 place remaining)
Times 10.00 am. to 4.00 pm. with 30 minutes for lunch Arrival: from 9.30 am.
Location Alstonefield Memorial Hall (The Village Hall) Postcode for Satnav - DE6 2FR Click for Directions
Refreshments Tea & coffee is provided throughout the day, with home baking Please bring your own packed lunch.
What you need to bring One pre-wrapped polystyrene ball* (so that we can begin measuring at the start of the workshop)
* Please use a 60 mm polystyrene ball, which should be wrapped to the cotton stage and be ready for measuring at the start of the workshop. Please make sure the ball is wrapped with a good layer of wool, so that it is not too small.
All other materials and equipment will be provided. N.B. you will be provided with a poly ball as part of your pack, to replace the one you have wrapped.
Cost:- £42 per person including all materials.
About the Workshop:- You should bring one pre-wrapped ball with you, ready for measuring (see above)*. You will learn to measure out 10 'complex divisions and and work the Interlocking Pentagon design as in photograph above. There will be a range of coloured threads to choose from. You will also be shown how to work the Rose Garden pentagon design at home (pictured below).