Come and learn the art of weaving a dreamcatcher. It is a Native American tradition used to rid bad dreams and let the good ones shine through.
The image shown is a sample piece so there will be a choice of colours and cords thicknesses to get started with making your dreamcatcher.
IMPORTANT - Please arrive promptly at the arranged start time. You are welcome to arrive 10 minutes early but there will be an additional charge of £3 for every 10 minutes for any extra time taken up such as lateness and/or running over the session time. I aim to reply to your messages within 24 hours so if you can't find my reply please check your junk mail.
A bit about me:
I just love working with all sorts crafts, designing DIY bespoke pieces for the home and I try to upcycle as much as possible to be kinder to our planet and produce beautiful handcrafted pieces.
I studied Art and Design over 25 years ago at my local college, then became a member of the North Staffs Guilds of Craftsmen where I had the opportunity to display my work as well as give demonstrations.
I am a fully qualified tutor and am keen to 'boost up' your creative skills in this most enjoyable craft. Hopefully this will give you the confidence to move on to more precious metals in the future :)
See MORE CREATIVE WORKSHOPS by me on this website:
- Macrame Keychains - £20.00
- Copper Wire Jewellery Workshop - £50.00
- Beginner's Silversmithing course -£75.00
Also see GIFTS made by me on this website:
- Copper rings
-Cherished Keepsakes Bespoke Treasures
Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 2 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.
One wooden hoop and cord/twine/wool in a range of colours.
Additional beads, feathers and trimmings can be purchased here or bring your own.
Beverages and light snacks.
2 hours (flexible times to suit)
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