About the Course
This workshop is perfect for those that have completed one of Jayne Emerson's courses or have some knowledge of textile techniques. It is a highly experimental workshop in which we will use word combinations to create unique recipes for textiles. Jayne will bring along her stash of vintage and up-cycled textiles, along with embellisher machines, inspirational swatches and images.
You can turn any of our courses into a short break by staying in our on site accommodation. When you book a residential package you will get discounted accommodation in our stylish boutique hostel located in the centre of Cirencester in the Cotswolds right next door to New Brewery Arts. Our former 19th Century Cotswold stone brewery barrel store has been beautifully transformed into 21st century accommodation, light and well-appointed with a craftsman’s attention to detail. We offer guest accommodation for up to 43 people over two floors in 14 rooms, with a choice of single, bunk, family and double bedrooms, 12 with en-suite facilities. A ground floor disabled-friendly room is also available. The hostel provides a stylish communal dining and relaxation area, self-catering kitchen, laundry facilities and lockers for your bike. As with all our courses and workshops these are led by experienced tutors and as you will be part of a small group there is plenty of time to focus on you.
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?
What you will need:
All tools and equipment provided.
For full day workshop; You will have access to tea, coffee and biscuits in the studio and a £5 voucher to spend in our cafe is included
For half day workshops; You will have access to tea, coffee and biscuits in the studio
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