About the Course
Our willow courses include different techniques of willow weaving and basket making. You will have a wonderful day in a beautiful setting learning an ancient craft.
If you would like to attend please book through our website using the Book online button above. You will also find more courses on our website.
Sarah Hatton, the course tutor, has been willow weaving since 2008. Sarah has recently passed a City and Guilds in basketry making her a qualified basketmaker. Sarah was awarded the Craft Showcase Award 2015 at Made by Hand, Cardiff. She grows her own willow in Caerphilly which gives her a yearlong sustainable source of willow.
We will make a different willow item on each of the listed course dates. Please click the link to 'Book online' to see which course runs on which date:
Christmas crafts courses
This course will include different techniques of willow weaving and basket making. We will make a Christmas tree, a Christmas star and a wreath decorated with pine cones, holly, cinnamon and ribbon.
Reindeer sculptures **3 spaces remaining
This course will teach you how to create the structure of a willow sculpture. You will then build up the willow to create a willow reindeer. Perfect to display outside your home over the festive season.
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 and tools are provided and you take home everything you make. Tea, coffee and cake are provided throughout the day but please bring a packed lunch.
I really enjoyed it and found the class quite interesting. I always wanted to work with willow but never managed the courage to just get up and go . I am glad I did it. Also would like to know when there will be another course.
Carolina Keast - - #5562
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