Workshops, Gatherings & Pop Ups

Throughout the year we hold small, seasonal workshops and gatherings in our shops across the UK. Please register below and sign up to our newsletter to keep up to date.

POP UPS & EXHIBITIONS

TOAST RE-NEW Exhibition at Kettle’s Yard

RE-NEW Exhibition at Kettle’s Yard

WEDNESDAY 30TH OCTOBER – SUNDAY 3RD NOVEMBER

We have commissioned a group of artists in collaboration with Kettle’s Yard to re-work TOAST worn garments and waste fabrics – from indigo-dyed cloth to hand-woven ikats – turning them into something unique and unexpected. The display aims to promote the idea that clothes can have a life beyond their first wearer.

Working with artists Alice Fox, Abigail Booth of Forest + Found, Hannah Robson, Richard McVetis and Sophie Rowley, the finished pieces will be exhibited at Kettle’s Yard, a beautiful and unique house with a distinctive modern art collection and contemporary gallery space.

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October

TOAST The Art of Repair with Molly Martin

The Art of Repair with Molly Martin

THURSDAY 17TH OCTOBER | TOAST RICHMOND

Discover the art of repair with Molly Martin. During this workshop you will be guided through the traditional, mindful Japanese practice of reworking and repairing textiles through piecing, patching and stitching. After learning about various techniques you can repair your own TOAST item. All products are welcome, from woven garments to knitted jumpers, blankets and all textile homewares.

Each session lasts an hour and a half. Tickets cost £5. Click below to register for one of the following sessions.

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TOAST Curates | Weaving from Waste with Maria Sigma

TOAST Curates | Weaving from Waste with Maria Sigma

FRIDAY 18TH OCTOBER | TOAST EDINBURGH

Learn the basics of weaving with Maria Sigma and how to turn your old textiles – from pillowcases to t-shirts and tea towels – into a unique wall hanging. During this workshop you will learn how to use the equipment, how to select and prepare materials and how to weave a small wall hanging, piece of patchwork or abstract artwork using a colour palette that reflects the AW19 TOAST collection. Through exploring the potential to repurpose your textile items, we hope you will leave feeling equipped and inspired to begin more weaving projects of your own. Open to all abilities and all materials will be provided. You are also welcome to bring any of your own materials along.

Each session lasts two and a half hours. Tickets cost £30 which includes a beginner’s weaving kit. Click below to register for one of the following sessions.

11:00am–1:30pm 3:00pm–5:30pm
TOAST The Art of Repair with Molly Martin

The Art of Repair with Molly Martin

SATURDAY 19TH OCTOBER | TOAST CAMBRIDGE

Discover the art of repair with Molly Martin. During this workshop you will be guided through the traditional, mindful Japanese practice of reworking and repairing textiles through piecing, patching and stitching. After learning about various techniques you can repair your own TOAST item. All products are welcome, from woven garments to knitted jumpers, blankets and all textile homewares.

Each session lasts an hour and a half. Tickets cost £5. Click below to register for one of the following sessions.

SOLD OUT
TOAST The Art of Repair with Molly Martin

The Art of Repair with Molly Martin

FRIDAY 25TH OCTOBER | TOAST MARYLEBONE

Discover the art of repair with Molly Martin. During this workshop you will be guided through the traditional, mindful Japanese practice of reworking and repairing textiles through piecing, patching and stitching. After learning about various techniques you can repair your own TOAST item. All products are welcome, from woven garments to knitted jumpers, blankets and all textile homewares.

Each session lasts an hour and a half. Tickets cost £5. Click below to register for one of the following sessions.

SOLD OUT
TOAST Curates | Collaging with Collage Club

TOAST Curates | Collaging with Collage Club

SATURDAY 26TH OCTOBER | TOAST SHOREDITCH

Dadaism influenced several of the print designs in our AW19 collection. To celebrate this we are running collage workshops lead by Collage Club.

During this workshop you will explore and experiment with various collage techniques such as speed-collaging and collaborative image-making. The collages will be created from materials from the TOAST archive; magazines and posters, as well as colour papers that reflect our AW19 colour palette. Following your exploration and experimentation, you will be guided through how to create your own collaged piece for you to take home.

Tickets cost £10 which can be claimed back against an in store purchase from the AW19 Collection. T&Cs apply. Click below to register for one of the following sessions.

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Modern tapestry with Sophie Rowley

Modern tapestry with Sophie Rowley

WEDNESDAY 30TH OCTOBER | KETTLE’S YARD, CAMBRIDGE

Material designer Sophie Rowley pushes the physicality of materials revealing new features and hidden unexpected aesthetics. During this workshop, participants will experiment with a wide range of latch hooking techniques to create a small wall tapestry. Some materials will be provided but we would also like to encourage you to bring your own worn knitwear (ideally a more bulky knit) to use in your work.

11:30AM – 2:30PM

November

Quilt Making with Abigail Booth

Quilt Making with Abigail Booth

SATURDAY 2ND NOVEMBER | KETTLE’S YARD, CAMBRIDGE

Join artist and quilter Abigail Booth to create an abstract quilt design using TOAST waste fabrics or your once-loved items of clothing. During the workshop, Abigail will share her own practices before you experiment with colour, layout and design to piece together your own quilt design. All materials will be provided but we would also like to invite you to bring your favourite fabrics to include in your work.

11:30AM – 4:30PM
Hand embroidery with Richard McVetis

Hand embroidery with Richard McVetis

SUNDAY 3RD NOVEMBER | KETTLE’S YARD, CAMBRIDGE

British artist-maker Richard McVetis minimalist work is an endless exploration, not just of form but of the potential of process and repetition within stitch. In this workshop, participants will work freely with a combination of traditional hand embroidery techniques, drawing and mark making used in the creation of the works on display in Re-New. You will apply these techniques to create your own textures and patterns. All materials will be provided.

11:30AM – 5:00PM
The Art of Repair with Molly Martin

The Art of Repair with Molly Martin

FRIDAY 8TH NOVEMBER | TOAST EDINBURGH

Discover the art of repair with Molly Martin. During this workshop you will be guided through the traditional, mindful Japanese practice of reworking and repairing textiles through piecing, patching and stitching. After learning about various techniques you can repair your own TOAST item. All products are welcome, from woven garments to knitted jumpers, blankets and all textile homewares.

Each session lasts an hour and a half. Tickets cost £5. Click below to register for one of the following sessions.

11:00AM 1:00PM 3:00PM

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