Are you someone who likes to stretch your creativity, but hasnt the time ?
Do you often look at crafts and say “If only i could” ?
Are you looking for a regular place to be with like minded people ?
The craft group is a place where we explore the ends of your imagination !
Held on a Saturday, once a month – instead of focussing on one particular technique, we take a theme and use a multitude of materials to create something beautiful. For instance, the autumn brings rag wreaths, felted conkers, and drift wood hangings. Spring brings sewn butterflies, paper crafts and wet felted bags.
Using my vast experience in playing with and teaching many crafting techniques, I aim to bring you exciting and innovative projects each time you come.
At Earthed in Fletching, we aim to create a low carbon footprint and as such many of the materials we use are sourced from second hand supplies. If you have any bits and pieces you think we could use in the barn, then please bring it along.
New rates ! £25 for a full day of crafting wonderment. Or £15 for a 3 hour session.
All days run 10 – 4 excluding the weekend workshops.
16th January. Winter warmers. Gloves from old jumpers, or up-cycle an old coat. Create bath scrubs to ease wintry skin or make a start on a quilted throw that you will keep working on all year.
27th February. Curios and Curiosities. Fabric envelopes to store letters from loved ones, frames full of beautiful mini objects, little bottles of glittery joy.
19th March. Alice in Wonderland meets Spring. Using this famous novel as our muse we will craft Easter wonder befitting a Mad Tea Party.
23rd April. Mad Mosaic, and crazy patches. Making mini mosaics out of everything you can find and little mini patchwork pieces out of anything you see ! If you have any photographs you have loved taking, we can can use these in our pieces.
21st May. Fabric Paper. Following on from the success of this group for the last two years, we will be making sheets of beautiful Indian inspired paper from waste fabrics.
25th June. Birds and bees, flowers and trees. Inspired by nature we will be exploring paper crafts (with a twist of fabric here and there) not seen in your high street