Machine Embroidery Meets Needle Felting - Decorative Butterfly with Bev Caleno, Old Bank Studios

Machine Embroidery Meets Needle Felting - Decorative Butterfly with Bev Caleno, Old Bank Studios

Duration: 10.00 to 4.00

Price: £49

Run by: Old Bank Studios

Contact: Beverley Caleno

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About the Course

Working with water soluble fabric learn how to make delicate wings with free motion machine stitching. Then using needle felting to form the body from Marino wool. Finally construct your butterfly, which can be used for numerous decorative purposes.

Old Bank Studios offers a wide range of art, craft and textile courses and work-shops. Based in a glorious Edwardian banking hall, our fully equipped studios provide ideal spaces where students can work in a relaxed, ambient atmosphere. Located in the heart of Old Harwich, we are just a few yards from the Electric Palace Cinema.

Harwich Town Railway Station is less than a five minute walk away, with hourly trains to Manningtree, where there are mainline connections to Colchester, Chelmsford, London, Ipswich and Norwich. If you are coming by car, there is normally plenty of on road parking, otherwise there is a public car park a one minute walk away. It is always possible to drop off right at our front doors.

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What's included in the price?

ALL MATERIALS and HOMEMADE LUNCH INCLUDED



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