Design and make your own Glass Picture ,Dichroic Jewellery, Coasters, or Bowl

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Learn how to work with and cut glass sheets,use powdered and crushed confetti glass, fire proof paper and copper sheet and wire.

All pieces will be professionally fired for you to collect a week later.

Please have your idea ready for the worskhop and i will help you achieve it

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Glass Picture workshop

Saturday 26th May

Saturday 13th October




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Dicroic Glass Jewellery Workshop

September 29th


10am-1.00 pm


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Glass Coaster Workshop

June 30th

December 8th


10am- 1pm



Glass Bowl Workshop


14th April


Saturday July 14th

10am -1pm



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Glass Bowl or CandleBridge

Saturday November 10th



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A6 Pewter Journal Cover

21st July 2018



Join Caroline Buchwald of Pewter Concepts as she teaches you the absorbing craft of pewter embossing.


During this workshop you will learn how to personalise a design, transfer it onto the metal, emboss, patina and then polish your work of art to a beautiful lustre.


Everything you need to complete this project will be provided and you will take home your completed journal. Kits and supplies will also be available."

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Needle Felted Lop earred Bunny

June 17th 1pm-4pm £25


"Come and discover the magic of needle felting with Jo from Entangles. Needle felting is extremely relaxing and therapeutic.


Using 100% British Wool and a needle you will be guided through various steps and be able to produce your own cuddly lop eared bunny which is yours to adopt and keep.


All materials provided, 16 years and over.

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During this course, which is suitable for beginners or those who have some small knowledge of the process, we will create a colourful coaster or pin cushion using hexagonal templates and fabrics of our choice. The patchwork will be hand stitched with no requirement for a sewing machine; the process will be explained and you will also receive written instructions. The product should be finished during the 2 hour period so that it can be taken home and used. You will also take away the ability to create more in the same style.

We will provide all materials, but if you have some favourite scraps of fabric, or would like to use your own sewing kit, please bring these along. Cotton or poly/cotton weight fabrics are easier to work with and give a neater finish.

We hope you will be inspired by this process and we will have examples of other patchwork makes, should you wish to continue practising this skill

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English Paper Piecing Patchwork



Beginners Bookbinding Workshop Sunday 13th May


£25 including materials

The workshop will be an introduction to traditional bookbinding which I learnt whilst studying illustration and have adapted for home making. Participants will make an A5 hard back book from scratch and learn the skills to be able to continue book making at home. All the materials used can be easily sourced and the books make beautiful gifts, sketch books and notebooks.

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Personalised Coin Purse Workshop

With Textile Designer Sarah Culleton

Sunday 20th May 2018

10.00am - 1.00pm


Inspired by Sarah’s signature style you will make a beautiful personalised coin purse using an image of your own family photograph.


The purse will be fully lined, trimmed with ric-rac (optional) and finished with a zip fastening.


All materials and equipment will be provided but if you’d like to bring your own fabrics to make the purse more personal to you or the intended recipient, feel free to do so.


Sarah will give you expert tuition and tips on every stage of the making process and by the end of the session you will have a beautiful finished purse and will have learnt how to:


· Layout and pin simple pattern pieces

· Stitch even seams

· Add structure to a purse

· Insert a zip

· Add a decorative trim

· Create a full lining

· Finish to a professional standard



Personalised Postcard Purse Workshop


Saturday 17th November 2018

10.00am - 1.00pm



In this workshop you will make a beautiful personalised postcard purse with a beautiful co-ordinating lining and zip fastening.


For the front and back of the purse you can choose one of 3 vintage postcard designs which will be personalised with your name and message. On the back you’ll add a personal message to make it truly special. Your lovely finished purse will make the perfect, unique gift for your friends and family for all manner of occasions, birthdays, Christmas’s, anniversaries or just to say thank you to someone special. Maybe even just a nice little treat for yourself!


Sarah will give you expert tuition and tips on every stage of the making process and by the end of the session you will have a beautiful finished purse and will have learnt how to:


· Layout and pin simple pattern pieces

· Stitch even seams

· Add structure to a purse

· Insert a zip

· Create a full lining

· Finish to a professional standard


This workshop is designed for everyone from confident beginners (it is best if you have used a sewing machine before, although not completely necessary*) to those wishing to advance their sewing skills and learn professional techniques in a warm, friendly, supportive environment, giving you the inspiration and skills to work confidently on your own future projects.


And if you’re one of those people who have a bit of a zip phobia, this workshop will help you overcome your fears forever!


All materials and equipment will be provided and you will be using Sarah’s shiny new Singer sewing machines, but you are welcome to bring along your own sewing machine if you would feel more comfortable using it.


On booking your place, Sarah will require your message to incorporate into your chosen design, before printing it onto fabric ready for you to use in the workshop

Cold Porcelain Workshop Saturday 16th June

9.30- 4.30


Join meryl to learn how to make these beautiful Roses out of cold porcelain.

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Tuesday 29th May


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1pm- 2pm


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Have some creative fun in Spring half term with a fabulous Award Winning Sand Art Workshop on Tuesday 29th May! ✨🎨


Fabulous for all age groups! Little ones love choosing the colours and pouring the sand ( especially our magic rainbow sand! 🌈) whilst mums discover the ‘sticky bit!’


Older children will love mixing the sands for subtle effects and creating a masterpiece!


2 session times:

1pm -2pm

2pm -3pm


Perfect for all age groups! Little ones with a little help from mum or dad will love choosing their colour and pouring the sand!


Kids Bee Happy Sand Art is a fabulous award winning sensory craft activity.


Our fabulous sand pictures have sticky pull back tabs, without the need for glue for artistic sand pouring, so the perfect NON MESSY, messy play activity!..


The more intricate designs are perfect for older children/adults with lots of simpler images, wonderful for mini Sand artists to learn about colour, practice their hand-eye co-ordination, create a masterpiece and have fun!

Place mat Workshop

Sunday 22nd April

10am -1.00


This workshop will teach you how to use bias binding, without all the hand sewing the books teach, and how to finish the ends in two different ways, depending on your machine capabilities. You will make two beautiful placemats like the ones in the picture, in one or more of several gorgeous fabrics, or in polycotton check – your choice.

You will also learn a little about quilting, and how to get the best results with wadding. All of these skills are transferable into other kitchen items, and you will learn lots of other little tips and tricks as the workshop progresses

Hand Embroidered Textile Art Workshop

With Textile Artist Sarah Culleton

Saturday 23rd June



Inspired by Sarah’s unique personal style, you will design and hand stitch a beautiful, nostalgic piece of textile art, framed for display in a 6 inch hoop.


Using your own family photograph, Sarah will encourage you to develop a design that evokes happy memories, creating a wonderful family heirloom that can be treasured for years to come as a keepsake for yourself or a beautiful, meaningful gift for family and friends.


You’ll have access to a lovely selection of fabrics, lace, trims, buttons, beads, threads and vintage haberdashery for you to incorporate into your design.


Sarah will be on hand to give you expert advice and instruction on a huge variety of embroidery, techniques and specific hand stitches to embellish and complete your finished art work beautifully.


This workshop is designed for everyone from beginners to those wishing to advance their textile skills and experiment with new techniques in a warm, friendly environment, with lots of tea and cakes to keep you going, giving you the inspiration and skills to work confidently on your own future projects.


All equipment and materials will be provided but feel free to bring your own haberdashery bits and bobs to personalise your embroidery. Treasured buttons, brooches, handkerchiefs or bits of ribbon and lace, stored away out of sight can be incorporated into your finish piece to help make it truly special to you.


On booking your place, Sarah will require a copy or scan of the family photograph you wish to use in your project (which will be returned to you). An image of your photograph will then be transferred onto fabric for use during the workshop. You could also add some text, or a personalised message, which Sarah can also print onto fabric for you. This could form part of the design or be used as a greeting on the back of the design, if you wanted to give it as a gift.

Needle felting workshop

Sunday 27th


This three hour workshop is aimed at beginners and intermediate level needle felters. The aim of the workshop is to demonstrate the various techniques involved such as wrapping, covering the armature, building shape and muscle, basic 2d felting and eyes.

At the beginning of the session I will give you a brief explanation of the tools you will be using, the different types of wool and blends that you will need and the needles I use.

I will provide you with a bag, mats, practice needles, a multi purpose needle and a fine needle, core wool, the roving you will need to cover and detail your piece. You will get a half made model so you can start learning to felt straight away. You will also get an armature and wool to take away with you, along with your needles, mats etc. so you can carry on at home.


I normally make rabbits/mice/foxes and dogs. These can all be made from the basic armature I will provide you with. If you'd like to have a go at a garden bird (robins are popular) or anything else please contact me so that I can sort out materials and prepare your armature in advance.

The cost of the workshop is £35 and includes all materials and tools required to make two animals.

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Mixed Media Mini Album with Helen Pigott.

New date coming soon- contact me for group booking date

10am- 4pm



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