Margaret Woodliff Wright Millinery reviews

26 Feb 19'

Kayleigh Lindstedt reviewed: Introduction to millinery - making a petal fascinator - NE67

"I took part in the course when Margaret ran it at the Bowes museum. Fabulous course, I loved making my own fascinator! Margaret was very patient, as I’m not a very good sewer! Was really pleased with the end result and enjoyed my cream tea too! Would definitely recommend this course, especially for beginners!"

Margaret Woodliff Wright Millinery responded:

" Thank you Kayleigh, for your review of the petal recreational fascinator course. The great thing about this course is that it is suitable for complete and utter beginners - even those with very limited sewing experience can produce a very pretty headpiece during the afternoon. As such it the workshop would present a great “bonding” opportunity - such as a hen party, pre-prom, works’ do, etc.. Whether or not a cream tea is included depends on the location - this particular course was held at The Bowes Museum, and so was rounded off with a cream tea, and as it said in your review Kayleigh, this makes for a very satisying afternoon, all round. Thank you again for your lovely review of the petal fasciantor class, Kayleigh - Margaret"

26 Feb 19'

Helen Collinson reviewed: Introduction to millinery - making a petal fascinator - NE67

"A fabulous introduction to millinery skills. If you don’t know where to start this course is a good place. Margaret’s courses are very friendly. It is amazing that in an afternoon you can complete a headpiece ready to wear."

Margaret Woodliff Wright Millinery responded:

" Thank you Helen, for your review of the petal fascinator course. You are quite correct - it is a great place to start with millinery as it provides you with an easy yet recreational introductional to millinery resulting in a quick and easy to wear headpiece - ready for your next outing to the races etc!! Thank you again for joining the petal headpiece workshop at The Bowes Museum.."

25 Feb 19'

Judith Anderson reviewed: Introducing winter millinery - evenings - Newcastle NE1

"Margaret is a most generous tutor: with her time, expertise and materials. She is very patient and excels at explaining all concepts at just the right level (neither condescending nor highfaluting). I have no hesitation in highly recommending this thoroughly enjoyable course which was held in such congenial surroundings. I look forward to wearing my creation at Cheltenham."

Margaret Woodliff Wright Millinery responded:

" Thank you Judith for your review - the class was great fun and I love it that everyone has plans in mind for wearing their headpiece! I can’t wait to see the photos from Cheltenham, and hear that there are plans afoot for your headpiece to have another significant outing too, later in the year. Thank you again for your lovely review of the winter millinery class - Margaret"

23 Feb 19'

Helen Collinson reviewed: Introducing winter millinery - evenings - Newcastle NE1

"I am so delighted with the quality of work I have been able to achieve with expert coaching from Margret. The friendly atmosphere in the small group really gets the creative mood going and means participants can bounce ideas of one another about how they intend to decorate their head piece. 1st class course giving participants skills to go on to other projects and become immersed in the world of millinery"

Margaret Woodliff Wright Millinery responded:

" Thank you Helen for your review. It's very fulfilling teaching The Introduction to Millinery course - guiding interested and enthusiastic "newbies" through the basics of millinery. I love watching my students as they grow in confidence and realise that with the support and guidance that my small classes offer they can create headpieces they will proudly wear to their next special event! Now I'm looking forward Helen to seeing the images of you wearing your latest piece - your lovely emerald green trilby! Thanks again - Margaret"

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