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Jonathan Korejko – (Papermaking)

www.jonathankorejko.co.uk
  • Papermaker from¬†Lincolnshire
  • Highly respected nationally by artists, textilers, book-makers and other craftspeople
  • Offers some courses which coincide with WOOLFEST for fans of textiles
  • Also keeps bees
  • Has wielded a scythe on BBC Countryfile (though not shirtless like Poldark)
FEEDBACK FOLLOWING JONATHAN’S COURSES:
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“Jonathan is the perfect teacher for this – I now have the confidence to create my own paper from so many things.”
“So much fun, simple to get started, but this tutor has taken me further than any other. The paper I can now make is genuinely useful for my craft work, giving it a more authentic character. I no longer buy paper to use, I make it instead!”
“Jonathan’s enthusiasm for his work is infectious and he has so much patience. I saw him at a show and just had to come on one of his courses. Please do have him again!”

 

Upcoming Courses

June 2018

TRY FOR A DAY: PAPERMAKING WITH TEXTILES

June 23rd at 09:30 to 16:30
Higham Hall College, Bassenthwaite Lake
Cockermouth, Cumbria CA13 9SH United Kingdom

For textile lovers to expand into new areas. Learn how rags can be recycled to make papers which will be filled with colourful threads, wool, fibres, and textures. Some will be finished pieces of textile artwork in their own right. Your papers will be suitable for further applications like hand/machine embroidery, books, and construction projects. A must for all creatives who thrive on the versatility of textiles. Jonathan Korejko (Lincolnshire www.highamhall.com/jonathan-korejko) Supporting WOOLFEST 2018 (3 miles away). ¬£64 includes lunch,…

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TRY FOR A DAY: PAPERMAKING WITH PLANTS AND RECYCLED MATERIALS

June 24th at 09:30 to 16:30
Higham Hall College, Bassenthwaite Lake
Cockermouth, Cumbria CA13 9SH United Kingdom

Use plants and recycling techniques, learn how flowers, leaves, string, thread, leather, feathers, coffee, old paper, and even sugar bags can be revitalised and made into unique papers. Recycle words and books so that your handmade paper will have a verbal message, too. Discover ways in which papermaking can re-use and re-invent itself. Jonathan Korejko (Lincolnshire www.highamhall.com/jonathan-korejko) £64 includes lunch, refreshments & materials An antidote to yesterday's WITH TEXTILES. Supporting WOOLFEST 2018 (3 miles away).

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