Anna The Red
Saturday, April 9, 2011
Pendleton West Rm 209
This workshop will introduce you to the basics of constructing simple three-dimensional plush dolls from a range of fabrics and materials. We will learn how to design and create patterns and templates from which a range of forms can be stitched together, stuffed, and closed. Techniques for assembling the various plush parts to fabricate a form will be covered. Lastly, craft materials will be used to embellish the doll. Previous sewing experience is helpful, but not required for this workshop.
Anna The Red was born in Japan and came to the United States in 1994. She graduated from The School of Visual Arts as a sculpture major. Currently, she works for Media Blasters in New York City as a translator for Japanese animation DVDs and as a creative producer for the on-line card game Alteil. In her spare time she makes plush toys and character bento boxes. Visit her blog AnnaThe Red’s Bento Factory.