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The Big Tree Society

Contact Name: Eoin Cox

Telephone: 01835 830 718

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Harestanes Craft Workshops
Ancrum
Jedburgh
Scottish Borders
TD8 6UQ

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The Big Tree Society's Courses

£160
Scottish Borders
This is a great course for those of you wanting to learn loads in two days. An intensive weekend being taken through tools, timber and techniques. Resulting in a functional piece of furniture. You will design and build you own hedge chair from scratch. We only use timber from our neighbouring woodlands, sustainably managed and in community ownership. We cater for absolute beginners to more accomplished makers wanting to learn more about greenwood techniques and...
£70
Scottish Borders
One day stool making course - courses run throughout the year. This is a really great day to get stuck into green woodworking if its your first time. Or even to hone up on skills if you've had a shot before. You are taken through the process from a log, split out, make tenons and mortices shape a seat and sculpt the legs on a shaving horse. Assemble and sit !! The making of something...
£70
Scottish Borders
Big Tree Society is delighted to be hosting a day of basket making this year with Anna Liebmann. Anna Liebmann is a professional basketmaker living and working in Portobello, Edinburgh. She teaches extensively in the city and beyond. She was drawn to basketmaking when her children were tiny, whilst living and working at an environmental project in rural Lanarkshire where she became aware of the versatility of willow and was inspired by its zero carbon...