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Northumberland - Next course on 28th August 2019
Join a friendly group for a one day rag rugging workshop near Hexham, including a delicious lunch. Beginners hooky and proddy is taught by a well known experienced traditional rag rugging expert who can teach from beginners to advanced. We offer an informal relaxing environment at our Farmhouse adjacent to Hadrian's Wall and Chesters Roman Fort. Learners are encouraged to learn new skills in a friendly enjoyable atmosphere. On nice days there will be the...
Tyne and Wear - Next course on 7th September 2019
We offer metal clay jewellery workshops in the beautiful coastal town of Whitley Bay, near Newcastle. We are holding a beginners silver clay workshop taking place at Earsdon and Wellfield Community Centre. The workshop will start at 1pm and will last 3 hours. During the workshop we will cover the following: A bit about metal clay How to roll, shape and texture clay Finishing and polishing techniques Attaching necklace chain and/or drop earring fittings To...
North Yorkshire
Once the fires are lit and the health and safety chat out of the way we will get straight down to the business of hammering some hot steel. The day is fully hands on and as well as learning the basic principles of blacksmithing, you will make two unique items to take home with you. The first project is the snail key ring and after that, students will get to make a dragon themed coat-hook....
Weekly classes suitable for, but not exclusive to, beginners. Our groups are small, friendly & informal, with a maximum of 6 people per class so that we can provide you with ample support & encouragement. To get you started you will be given a demonstration of the technique to be used in the session. You will then be able to create your own unique piece using the technique you have been shown or work on...
Tyne and Wear
Come and enjoy a workshop creating beautiful glass where the emphasis is on fun, creativity and relaxation. You will make a your own bespoke piece of art . I will be there to help you with your creation. I have been making glass for over 7 years . I love sharing my experience and tips with others I have done a number of courses and usually greeted with " I have never made anything or...
Tyne & Wear - Next course on 24th July 2019
Learn how to make your own beautiful fine silver jewellery from art clay silver, at my studio in Newcastle upon Tyne. No previous experience is necessary! Silver clay when fired, which can be done using an inexpensive torch at home, results in 99.9% fine silver pieces. By the end of my course you will have some beautiful jewellery to take home. I will teach you the following: Rolling & cutting Texturing Layering Pre fire finishing...
Do you fancy trying your hand at Spoon Carving? Come along and learn safe knife skills in a comfortable environment and make your own spoon. No previous woodworking experience is necessary, though those with knowledge of working with wood will still find fresh challenges in the hand carved spoon. The joy of spoon carving is that we don't need expensive tools, workshops and work benches. Just our hands and a few simple tools. You will...
West Yorkshire - Next course on 19th July 2019
On our beginners crochet workshop you will learn about choosing your yarn and hook, how to make a foundation chain, how to do a double crochet and how to do a treble crochet. You will receive 3 hours of tuition in a group of no more than 5 people, a learn to crochet book, 1 ball of Ricorumi crochet cotton and a hook. Lunch from our café, drinks and homemade cake are also included (menu...
County Durham - Next course on 5th October 2019
Learn to make a hand stitched leather bag in this two day workshop by Evancliffe Leathercraft. This workshop will teach you to: Mark and cut out leather. Cutting leather to form straps. Dying vegetable tanned leather. Preparing the leather to be stitched including marking and making the holes for stitching. Hand stitching leather using the traditional saddle stitch method. Riveting leather. Attaching accessories such as D-rings, fasteners, sliders and buckles*. Burnishing & applying finish the...
Northumberland - Next course on 28th July 2019
Fan birds originated in Russia and Eastern Europe as a traditional decoration hung in the home that catches gentle breezes and so draws the eye too. They are made from a single piece of wood using simple hand tools only. It needs a steady hand and steadier nerves when it comes to opening your birds wings to reveal your creation. The course runs for 3 hours at The Creative Artist Studios, Vallum Farm, Military Road,...

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