About the Course
Join Rose for a one day workshop learning how to make baby moccasins from a variety of leathers and sheepskin colours. You’ll learn how to cut and prepare leathers from card patterns, and stitch using hand tools and sewing machine. Open to all levels, this class is a great introduction to working with the softer leathers available for moccasin making.
Sizes are available from newborn - 4 years old.
Or if you would like - bring along a drawing of your babies foot to make sure you choose the right size pattern. Just get them to stand on a piece of paper and holding the pencil upright trace around their foot. Please bring left and right as we all have a foot that’s slightly bigger, and that's the size you’ll need to work from.
The class will start at 10:00am so please arrive at 9:45 to get settled in. We will finish at 4pm but if you are still stitching we can stay a bit later depending on how you get on.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
All materials are included. Tea, coffee and snacks can be purchased from a nearby cafe. Bring a packed lunch, or visit the nearby Cafe's and supermarkets.
Such a fantastic course, Rose could not have been more helpful. I felt very relaxed but also really challenged myself, learning new skills and coming away with a beautiful pair of made to measure baby mocassins. A thing of beauty I will treasure forever. Thank you Rose.
Hannah Thompson - - #24912
Response from Rose Choules:Thank you for coming Hannah, and for the sweet photo of your son in his new moccasins - he looks like he's enjoying them! Hopefully see you again.
Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.
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