About the Course
It's very easy to get fully engrossed in your hand spinning at home alone but sometimes it is also nice to just spend time with other spinners who share your passion for all things woolly! Whether you are a competent spinner or just starting out why not pop along to our friendly group to all spin together. The aim is simply to support each other, pick up tips and make new friends. Although it will be lovely to see you every month there is no obligation to do so, you can just pop along whenever you fancy a get together.
We meet from 10am to 2pm on the last Saturday of every month at Grimston Village Hall, Pott Row, Norfolk. Free car parking on site. The cost is just £5 per person and your first visit is free. If you would like any more information please do get in touch; we would be delighted to help. It is always helpful to know who will be attending to enable me to plan any specific equipment etc that may be needed and how many cakes to bake!! Just email or telephone to book your place for your first visit and then just confirm your attendance at subsequent meetings. Further details can also be found on our Facebook page and website.
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?
Lots of chatter, spinning and laughter! You will need to bring all of your equipment for the project you are curently working on ie your wheel, fibre and associated equipment. However I do have spare wheels which you may borrow on a first come first served basis. I do also have fleece and fibres available to buy too. Refreshments of tea, coffee, herbal teas, biscuits and home made cake are all provided.
Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.
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