Drum Lampshades at ShedLight

Drum Lampshades at ShedLight

Duration: 3 hours

Price: £35

Run by: Vanessa Moreton
at ShedLight


Whitehouse Farm
Featherstone Lane
WV10 7NG

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About the Course

Have you ever wanted to make a lampshade to match your soft furnishings, or transform that piece of vintage fabric into something useful? This relaxed and supportive half day workshop introduces you to the simple techniques and tools required to make a basic 30cms drum lampshade. A range of attractive cotton print fabrics is also available for you to choose from. The course takes place in the Granary Workshop, Whitehouse Farm, Featherstone Lane, Featherstone, Wolverhampton, WV107NG, situated just off the A5 and a few miles from junction 11 of the M6.
I am a part-time Secondary School Teacher, teaching ages 11-18 in Crafts with 12 years experience and have a degree in 3D Design (Woods, Metals, Plastics). The course is relaxed so you can work at your own pace with plenty of friendly support and guidance.

If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.

What's included in the price?

Endless tea, coffee and biscuits are available plus a 30cm diameter Drum Lampshade kit with fabric, and use of my tools. Embellishments like braiding are an extra cost

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Brilliant morning spent with Vanessa and my daughters are overjoyed with their new lights. Thankyou

- - #9624

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Course Start Dates

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

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