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Our Courses in November 2017
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November

Hand-Felted Christmas Penguins
Wednesday 1st November 2017
9.45am - 4.30pm
Tutor: Sue Pearl

£80
Create a 3D needle-felted penguin for Christmas. These penguins with personality can be used to decorate your home during the festive season. Your penguin will be 18cm to 19cm tall, made from fine Scandinavian wool and can be finished off with a jaunty ribbon around the neck. Dry felting ¬– or needle felting – is a simple process in which you create 3D shapes using wool and a barbed needle (none of that messy wet wool business!). The tutor, Sue Pearl, is the author of Making Felted Friends.
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Japanese inspired ‘Pail’ Vessels
Wednesday 1st November 2017
9.45am - 4.30pm
Tutor: Debbie Page

£80
Ceramic and wood brought together to form these simple, yet sophisticated vessels, inspired by the Japanese Water Pails, miso baketsu. This is a handbuilding workshop, which will also experiment with vitreous slips.
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Cushion Making
Thursday 2nd November 2017
9.45am - 4.30pm
Tutor: Victoria Squires

£80
Cushions are an easy and inexpensive way to change the look of your décor. On this one-day course you learn how to make cushion covers with an expert finish. Choose from a cushion cover with a piped edge and zip fastening, a wrapped cover with a button or tie fastening and even one design with frills. Learn from Victoria Squires, a textile and home accessory designer with more than 35 years’ sewing and teaching experience.
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Stained Glass with Traditional Glass Painting
Thursday 2nd November 2017 to
Friday 3rd November 2017
9.45am - 5pm (day 1), 4pm (day 2)
Tutor: Nicola Kantorowicz

£160
Design and make a stained glass panel that includes painted kiln-fired pieces. Emphasis will be placed on glass painting techniques. Traditional glass paint is a black medium applied to the surface of coloured glass and kiln-fired. It is used to create patterns and textures which are independent of the lead line.
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Oils Made Easy – Light and Shade
Friday 3rd November 2017
9.45am - 4.30pm
Tutor: Lin Kerr

£80
Using a constructed box and lighting, in which to place the still-life, we’ll create strong shadows and reflections. You will have a choice of painting something like a pottery vase or a glass bottle/vase. The container may hold a simple plant/greenery/flower or be set up with pebbles or feathers.
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