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18 Aug ‘18 »
Sat 18 Aug ‘18

Tambour Beading: Haute Couture Embroidery Beginner

Event Type: Craft Course/Workshop
The Tambour Beading class is pitched towards a beginner. The first part of the class will be to learn the chainstitch on a transparent organza with the hook in the four directions.
The second part of the class will be the introduction of the buggles and seed beads. Finally you will learn how to stitch the sequins « en riviere » basic stitching for the sequins. Book by: 15 Aug '18
About the organiser
Manchester Craft and Design Centre,
Atelier Saint Clare, Studio 2,
17, Oak Street,
Manchester,
Manchester,
M4 5JD   map
 
19 Aug ‘18 »
Sun 19 Aug ‘18

Creative Stictch on Canvas with Priscilla Edwards

Event Type: Craft Course/Workshop
Using various fabrics, acrylic paints and machine stitch you will create a contemporary box canvas for your wall. During the day you will explore a range of techniques to enable you to produce a finished piece that is personal and will reflect your own ideas.
This is fantastic workshop for anyone who would like to explore a mixed media approach to stitched textiles, no experience necessary.
About the organiser
Quirky Workshops @ Greystoke Cycle Cafe Tea Garden,
Greystoke Cycle Cafe Tea Garden,
Poplin Dub, Greystoke,
Penrith,
Cumbria,
CA11 0UT   map
 
19 Aug ‘18 »
Sun 19 Aug ‘18

Half Day Jewellery Making Workshop

Event Type: Craft Course/Workshop
Choose between morning or afternoon sessions. The main emphasis in this relaxing and supportive half day workshop is to have lots of fun creating a piece of jewellery! No previous experience is needed. Students have the choice of working with Copper or Silver.... or both! You will learn how to texture metal, form and finish a piece of jewellery. Visit our website for more details.
Linda Sandeman Jewellery,
Round Tower,
Black Swan Arts, 2 Bridge Street,
Frome,
Somerset,
BA11 1BY   map
 
21-22 Aug ‘18 »
Tues 21 - Wed 22 Aug ‘18

Become a Weaver and Learn Dog Tooth Check workshop with Jan Beadle

Event Type: Craft Course/Workshop
The 2-day course will take you through the whole process of dressing a loom to then weave traditional dog tooth check. Book by: 18 Aug '18
About the organiser
Farfield Mill Arts & Heritage Centre,
Garsdale Road,
Sedbergh,
Cumbria,
LA10 5LW   map
 
22 Aug ‘18 »
Wed 22 Aug ‘18

Furniture Painting Techniques

Event Type: Craft Course/Workshop
Under Sonja Tileard's guidance and working on simple boards you will learn the various techniques of using chalk paints including distressing and waxing techniques that will be explained,shown and practiced.
Students can then work on their own small piece of furniture such as a picture frame or a small stool, chair, tiny table etc and renovate it after lunch using the learned techniques.
About the organiser
Quirky Workshops @ Greystoke, in Cumbria's Lake District,
Greystoke Cycle Cafe Tea Garden,
Poplin Dub, Greystoke,
Penrith,
Cumbria,
CA11 0UT   map
 
25, 27 Aug ‘18 »
Sat 25, Mon 27 Aug ‘18

Relief Carving in Hardwoods with Alister Neville

Event Type: Craft Course/Workshop
Alister will guide you through designing and carving in relief on a hard wood panel. Carving of an image or text are both possible, many people opt for house name boards but other items are carved as well, including animals- numbers and sayings - try carving a laconic loo seat. Anything is possible.
About the organiser
Quirky Workshops, Greystoke Cycle Cafe, The Lake District,
Greystoke Cycle Cafe Tea Garden,
Poplin Dub, Greystoke,
Penrith,
Cumbria,
CA11 0UT   map
 
25-27 Aug ‘18 »
Sat 25 - Mon 27 Aug ‘18

3 Day Weekend Traditional Jewellery Course

Event Type: Craft Course/Workshop
On our 2 and 3 day Jewellery courses we take a max. of 8 students , with 2 tutors. We keep the courses as flexible as possible so everyone works on their own projects at their own pace with maximum help and attention all weekend. Working with real silver, copper, gemstones and even gold this course is suitable for all levels from beginners to more advanced. For more details please see our website!
About the organiser
Flux 'n' Flame Jewellery School,
Unit 11 Luccombe Business and Craft Centre,
Luccombe Farm,
Milton Abbas,
Dorset,
DT11 0BD   map
Tel: 01258 881690
Mbl: 07785 550771
Smilealot@fluxnflame.co.uk
www.fluxnflame.co.uk
 
28 Aug ‘18 »
Tues 28 Aug ‘18

1 Day Jewellery Making Workshop

Event Type: Craft Course/Workshop
The emphasis in this workshop is to create a piece of jewellery that means something to you. You will learn basic jewellery making skills to create your own unique piece of jewellery. Anything from rings, bangles, pendants, earrings and cufflinks. Add some gold to your piece using the art of keum boo. What ever you decide, we guarantee lots of fun! To find out more visit our website.
Linda Sandeman Jewellery,
Round Tower,
Black Swan Arts, 2 Bridge Street,
Frome,
Somerset,
BA11 1BY   map
 
8 Sept ‘18 »
Sat 8 Sept ‘18

Acrylics - Pattern + Texture in the Landscape Using Mixed Media

Event Type: Craft Course/Workshop
From gel mediums to texture pastes there are a multitude of acrylic and mixed media products and collage techniques that can be used to create texture in an acrylic painting. This workshop guides you through techniques along with some of the products available, their different uses and properties and how you can make best use of their different effects. There are many ways of using pattern in the
About the organiser
ArtisOn - Art & Craft Workshops in The Yorkshire Dales,
High Burton,
Masham,
North Yorkshire,
HG4 4BS   map
Tel: 01765 689637
Mbl: 07808919541
sue@artison.co.uk
www.artison.co.uk
 
8-9 Sept ‘18 »
Sat 8 - Sun 9 Sept ‘18

Stone Carving - A Leaping Hare, Carved in Relief

Event Type: Craft Course/Workshop
Hares are the stuff of folklore - they have long been a symbol of fertility and new life. So, whether you're trying your hand with a chisel on stone for the first time, or you already have some experience, join Gaynor for this 2 day workshop where you will carve a leaping hare in shallow or deep relief. You will learn how to add form and contours to your carving, making your hare burst with life
About the organiser
ArtisOn - Art & Craft Workshops in The Yorkshire Dales,
High Burton,
Masham,
North Yorkshire,
HG4 4BS   map
Tel: 01765 689637
Mbl: 07808919541
sue@artison.co.uk
www.artison.co.uk
 
 

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