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July

Silver Clay Rings
Sunday 23rd July 2017
9.45am - 4.30pm
Tutor: Melanie Blaikie

£85
Silver clay is a new form of silver. It is soft and pliable like clay, so easy to shape, and sets hard when fired. Guided by a jeweller who has designed for Tiffany and Asprey, you will make three beautiful silver rings: a simple band ring, a stone set ring and one of your own design, using your newly learned skills.
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Art of Ottoman Floral Illumination
Wednesday 26th July 2017
9.45am - 4.30pm
Tutor: Sharmina Haq

£80
Join artist Sharmina Haq to recreate your own classical floral illumination in this traditional style of curved motifs through an exploration of stylised floral and geometric patterns inspired by sacred Islamic manuscripts.
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Crochet for Beginners - Classic Granny Squares
Thursday 27th July 2017
9.45am - 4.30pm
Tutor: Jan Blight

£80
This is a course for the complete crochet beginner. Master the granny square and you will be able to produce them in endless variations of pattern and colour, to achieve a modern or retro look. Come and learn this basic form of crochet, with guidance at every stage.
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Trapunto – Stuffed and Corded Quilting
Thursday 27th July 2017 to
Friday 28th July 2017
9.45am - 4.30pm
Tutor: Jenny Pudney

£160
Trapunto is a quilting technique that creates a padded surface. This course will introduce you to three methods of trapunto, which you will learn by making three items essential to the hand sewer: a pincushion, a needle case and a scissor keeper. All items will be completely hand sewn.
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Batik Fabric
Friday 28th July 2017
9.45am - 4.30pm
Tutor: Mary Day

£80
Working on beautiful silk, you will use hot wax and vibrant dyes to create your own fabric design using the art of batik. Your motif can be elaborate or simple, pictorial or abstract, in muted shades or full of colour. The finished piece can then be used for clothing, a wall hanging or soft furnishings following the course.
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