Inspired: A Creative Millinery Workshop

In this workshop, you will learn how to create your own headpiece for the Spring Races or for a bride. You can learn how to make a gorgeous silk organza rose and rosebuds which can be sewn onto a hat, brooch or made into a headpiece.

Art Exhibition previously on at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery in Victoria, Australia.
From Friday 11 October 2013 to Friday 11 October 2013

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Felicity will take you through preparing materials, shaping petals and leaves, assembling flowers and transforming your flower into a headpiece. The workshop will also include a few feather tricks and other traditional flower-making techniques, demonstrating how these wonderful soft flowers can be easily adapted to create different looks.

Felicity Northeast’s elegant headpieces are handmade featuring traditional millinery techniques and high quality materials. Felicity’s inspired creations are distinguished by contemporary use of unique and vintage materials, often featuring handmade flowers, embroidery or wirework. She was runner up in the Professional Millinery Award at the Spring Racing Carnival in 2009 and won the Outstanding Student Award in her final year of millinery qualification.

Days and Times

Friday 11 October, 10am–4pm (bring own lunch, morning and afternoon tea provided) Bookings essential, additional materials list available upon registration.