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Anna Crutchley – Multiple Mould Tassel at Old Bank Studios

Anna Crutchley – Multiple Mould Tassel at Old Bank Studios

Duration: One day 10am - 5pm

Price: £79

Book with: Beverley Caleno
at Old Bank Studios

19 Kings Quay Street
CO12 3ER

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About the Course

Working with a contemporary and rich colour palate of high quality linen yarns and sets of wooden tassel moulds, you will learn the traditional techniques for making an elegant multiple mould tassel, using basic techniques such as how to roll a wooden tassel mould with cord as well as cover a mould vertically with yarn, make a wired cut skirt, and assemble the whole tassel with a 3 or 4 strand suspension cord. You will also learn the fascinating craft of how to spin cords using a special four-hook cord-twisting tool.

About the tutor
Anna Crutchley trained in woven textiles, and has worked as a handweaver and designer in the UK, India and Sri Lanka. In 1989 she trained in a trimmings workshop in London, and now makes trimmings to commission for antiques dealers, furniture restorers, interior decorators and heritage organisations.

She is the author of The Tassels Book & Decorative Tassels

What you will need to bring
Sharp scissors – one small and one large pair
A tape measure or ruler

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What's included in the price?

All Materials Included

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Course Start Dates

Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.

  • Accessible by public transport
  • Disabled access
  • Suitable for beginners
  • Suitable for events & groups
  • Suitable for stag and hen dos
  • Teen friendly

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