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Southwark

£36

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

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Lambeth

£30

Join us to learn how to create 2 of your own unique Japanese hanging plant arrangements. 'Kokedama' translates from the Japanese words for moss ('koke') and ball ('dama') - it is the art of freeing the plant from a container and planting it in a moss covered soil/clay ball. Kokedama evolved from the art of Bonsai - carefully made to brighten up Japanese homes, with people commonly creating 'string gardens' in which hanging Kokedama beautifully fill an empty space of a room. Kokedama are viewed as living art, with every one having the potential to be a completely unique creation . Kokedama also have a practicality to them as the external moss has the advantage of acting as a sponge, which you can dip in water every week and it will slowly release water to the roots of your plant.

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Southwark

£65

You may well be wondering what on earth is a Kokedama? Which is a fair point as the name is not a mainstream term...YET! It's the ancient art form of creating a traditional Japanese hanging garden and the latest botanical craze, currently sweeping LA and Sydney following on from the 2018 botanical trend and all round obsession with terrariums! “Kokedama” is a Japanese word which literally translated means moss ball. Using traditional wrapping techniques and soil combinations we teach you the skills required to create these wonderful pot-less hanging plants. Not only does a Kokedama look amazing but they are really low maintenance and so much fun to make, we think once you see one you will just love them!  In this hands-on workshop you can create your own stylish urban oasis. During the botanical workshop you'll create three different types of Kokedamas from tropical plants of your choosing and learn best practices for plant care and upkeep to keep your new string garden beautiful and healthy, all while enjoying complimentary sake, bubbly and East Asian inspired nibbles. A Kokedama workshop provides an opportunity to learn a new skill and **connect with nature in a creative way, through an experience that is both playful and relaxing. With many Londoners not having outdoor space, attending a Kokedama workshop provides the perfect opportunity to get stuck into nature and leave with a beautiful new hanging garden that means you can bring the outside inside in your home as well. Your teacher Hayley, is an experienced set designer and interior stylist for the film and advertising industry and can offer lots of tips on how to present your Kokedamas in your home. We offer different coloured strings and twine as well as a range of plants to choose from, so that everyone can create something truly unique and express their own sense of creativity. The Venue The workshop will take place in a hidden, heated and covered garden, housed at the back of the jewellery store Kas & Ros right by the iconic Tower Bridge, with tube stations, Borough, London Bridge both nearby . The magical garden space, is decorated particularly for the event, so expect to see lots of examples of what you can create. This is an example of what you should expect to learn at a workshop: - An introduction to the tradition of Kokedama making - Choose three tropical house plants from a wide selection of plant variations - Prepare your own soil mixture - Learn the basic method for the moss ball - Create your first Kokedama using the sheet moss technique - Choose from a range of coloured twines - Learn and perfect the skill of the Kokedama wrapping technique and make a different style of Kokedama - Create two more Kokedamas in colours and styles of your choosing - Create string supports to hang your garden - Learn about upkeep and how to maintain and display your new garden - All the while enjoying some nibbles and bubbly (served with good ol’ Irish Hospitality;) )

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Wandsworth

£25

Come and join us for our once a month Printing and Prosecco Night at Lavender Print School. You will be taught how to transfer a design and cut a one-colour linocut, producing a multiple prints to hang at home. During the evening you will enjoy the company of meeting new people, sipping on a glass of prosecco whilst learning a fantastic new skill. We guarantee that our themes will sure get your creativity flowing. Thursday 9th May | The classic with Van Gogh Thursday 6th June | Surrealism with Dorothea Tanning Thursday 4th July | Get inspired by Frida Kahlo Thursday 1st August | Pablo Picasso Thursday 5th September | Queen (Freddie Mercury) Whats Lino printing? Lino printing is a form of fine art printmaking where the printing plate is cut into lino. Yes, lino as in linoleum, as in the floor covering. The lino is then inked, a piece of paper placed over it, and then run through a printing press or pressure applied by hand to transfer the ink to the paper

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Arts And Crafts - Pyjama Workshopmake Comfy Pj Bottoms And Learn The Basics Of Dressmaking 1037

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Sutton

£40

Come along and make a pair of comfy PJ bottoms for yourself or for a loved one! This workshop is perfect for beginner\'s and those wanting an introduction to using commercial patterns, you will learn how to construct, finish seams professionally and hem. Lots of tips along the way in a fun and relaxed class. You will need to buy and bring along fabric of your choice. Either 2.4m of 115cm wide, Or 2m of 140cm wide soft breathable fabric (cotton or brushed cotton) If you want to make a larger size (16+) it is better to get a plain fabric or non-directional print design. All other materials are included, with tea/coffee and a biscuit or two!

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Southwark

£150

Join jewellers Ros & Milena as they show you how to make your own silver torque bangle

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Southwark

£140

Join us for this hands on workshop in the art of cuttlebone casting.

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Lewisham

£15

You can bring along your worn out, broken or unloved clothing to this workshop where sewing facilitators Make Mee Studio will show you how you can use print and hand stitching to breath new life into your clothes! We\'ll be showing you how to use simple and effective printing techniques & hand embroidery to adapt your clothes. All ages and abilities welcome. Almost a quarter of the clothes we have in wardrobes are going unworn. Some people throw them away but over 300,000 tonnes of clothes go into Landfill every year, and 95% of that could be reused or recycled! A lot of effort goes into making clothing and we think they should be loved, cherished and given a second chance and and want everyone to have the skills to be able to save clothing from landfill. When you can sew you have great power in being able to unlock the potential in broken, forgotten, ill fitting items and turn them in to something new and keep them in use for longer. It\'s heartbreaking when you think about the time, energy and resources that go into making our clothes and the people in the supply chain that make them, and we just throw them in the bin! It\'s time to opt out of the endless fast fashion, throwaway culture.

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Southwark

£79

Learn the art of wax carving and sculpting to form your very own ring, in this widely used jewellery making technique.

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