Course Start DatesSaturday 7th March 2020
About the Course
Imagine going to an event and proud as punch wearing your fascinator, telling everyone, "I made this!"
Create your very own fascinator in this one day workshop held at Colton Methodist Church in Leeds.
You can learn lots of techniques using a fabulous material called sinamay, available in loads of gorgeous colours, as well as veiling, beads and wire and crinoline.
You can learn how to make:
Bows & loops
Suitable for beginners & suitable for vegans!
Never sewn before? No problem! I'll be there every step of the way to instruct and guide you.
Want to make a fascinator in a particular colour? No problem! Just let me know at least 7 days in advance and I can make sure you have just the colours you like.
Booking in advance is essential.
About the venue: Free street parking is available outside the venue. It is suitable for disabled access.
In the rare event that I need to cancel a workshop, you will receive a full refund. If you are unable to attend a workshop then you must give me a minimum of 48 hours notice and you will receive a workshop credit for another workshop.
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 will be provided.
Tea, coffee and cold drinks will be available on the day but you will need to bring something with you for lunch.
Amazing workshop. Learnt great techniques and Rachel was very helpful and passionate about millinery and teaching. Thank you so much and I hope to see you again soon for another workshop.
Johanna - - #21814
Rachel is lovely and very good at presenting her workshop as well as providing extra tips for those who want to carry it further. A thoroughly satisfied customer here!
Lida rouabah - - #21563
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