Course Provider: Inkberrow Design Centre
Contact Name: Brenda Killigrew
The Old Needle Works, Britten House
Course Length: 3 hours
Prices include VAT
5 star rating, 1 reviewers.
Evening millinery workshop on the first Friday of the month.
In this 3 hour millinery evening class you can try your hand at making a fascinator, a button headpiece or full hat. Students will be taken through a personal project of their choice. Some example options would be a fascinator, a felt button, felt hat, sinamay buttons etc.
A small project such as a simple fascinator can be completed on the evening or Mark will give you full instructions on the finishing touches for you to complete at home or you can book a second class to come back and complete your design in the class room with Mark's guidance.
A full hat or more elaborate design would require more than one evening session to complete but you can book this at your leisure. Completion will depend on the project so multiple sessions can be booked for more complex works. (FOR SPECIFIC DESIGNS PLEASE SEND A PICTURE PRIOR TO THE WORKSHOP FOR MARK TO ASSESS)
Please contact us by email or telephone to book a place! It is necessary to pre book as spaces are limited.
2016 sees us celebrate 25 years of fashion, design, textile courses and workshops! Inkberrow Design Centre (IDC) is based in Redditch, just South of Birmingham in the West Midlands and offers a wide range of City & Guilds and recreational courses. We pride ourself on tailoring the courses to the individual learners’ needs and requirements, and can offer a flexible programme. IDC incorporates the Old Needle Works Craft Centre.
What's included in the price?
£25 per class plus materials. Basic sewing equipment is available to borrow.
Tea and coffee is available at a charge of 50p a session.
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