Saturday, February 17


1 p.m. to 3 p.m.




For this Maker Studio, we are learning about screen-printing from Scarlet Crane Creations artist Shayla Johnson. Try your hand at screen-printing using designs created by Shayla Johnson and experiment with the different designs and colors. Each ticket holder walks away with 3 tea towels. Supplies are provided, and all abilities are welcome!

This program is for adults only.


Headshot of the artist.Trained in product design at Georgia Tech and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Shayla Johnson specializes in minimalist line drawings and watercolor paintings to create contemporary patterns that bring everyday products to life. She has been serving as a maker and textile designer in Detroit for 6 years.

Her passion is creating hand-printed art and textiles that are used to make stylish and unique home decor and accessories. Scarlet Crane is a dedicated micro-batch textile printing house that specializes in hand-printed fabrics used to create home decor products and lifestyle accessories. Unique surface patterns range from free-flowing florals to abstract textures to create stylish and sophisticated collections. Our goods serve handcrafted giftware, home decor, and fashion accessory markets. Scarlet Crane Creations operates in an entirely American supply chain with fabrics that are sourced in the US, and production focused locally in Detroit, MI. All inks are also eco-friendly.


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