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Get that creativity juice flowing with this BYOB (Bring Your Own Beer/Drink) pottery experience. This introductory lesson is ideal to wind down after a long day at work, or a great pre-drinking idea for the weekend feel free to bring apple juice too though! During this session: You will learn the basics of hand-building and throwing at the pottery wheel, together with lots of mud and fun for a very good psychical 90 minutes. Choose a funky glaze for your masterpiece, and it will be fired and ready for the collection in 2 weeks time. Location: Unit 1, St Saviours Wharf, 23-25 Mill Street, London, UK( 6)
Students will spend time exploring different ways to create marks and surface textures on their silver ring or choose the have plain finish. You will be working with a D shape silver wire, with the option of adding Rose gold detail at an extra cost.( 1)
Make your own stylish urban oasis, in this hands-on workshop to make your very own Japanese Kokedama (Japanese Hanging Garden). This ancient Japanese art of the ‘Kokedama\' is simply translated to moss ball. In this practical group class, you\'ll create your own Kokedama from a tropical plant of your choosing and learn best practices for care and upkeep to keep your new string garden beautiful and healthy, all while enjoying complimentary sake and East Asian inspired nibbles. The workshop will take place in a hidden, heated and covered garden, housed at the back of the jewellery store \'Kas & Ros🔥
Arts And Crafts - Embroidery
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Looking for a new hobby? Be warned - Once you start you won't be able to stop embroidering everything and everywhere! Bring along an item of clothing you want to embroider on to, freshen it up and make it on trend or simply create a stitch sampler on fabric. This is a free design class, we'll show you an array of different things you can learn and you can pick and choose what suits you.NEW
With a maximum of four participants, these three hour workshops are designed to provide everybody with plenty of time for one on one attention. Heather always aims for sessions to be flexible to individual participants needs. Tabletop Workshops, the teaching arm of Purr & Wag It runs out of Heathers Camberwell home. here will be plenty of home made cake, teas and/or coffee to keep you going. This workshop is for those of you who already know the basics of 2D wet felt making. Heather will guide you through the layering technique to make a seam free vessel, the gate way to all things 3D. Wet felt making is a simple process (once you know how) made up of a series of repetitive actions. Many people find it relaxing and some a stress buster. But, elements of felt making are quite vigorous and very hands on. If you have arthritis in your hands you may find parts of the process challenging. That being said it is not stopped anybody before and Heather is very happy to help you with vigorous parts of the process. Allergies to cats or indeed wool? Please note Heather has three cats (they will be elsewhere in the house during the workshops). Antihistamines are available but her workshops may not be for you.( 1)