Online Craft workshops….are they right for you?

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Absolutely! Attending online workshops is a fantastic opportunity for learning and personal growth. Let me share some exciting reasons why you should definitely consider joining online workshops and we will have a few to offer on our website over the next few months:

Convenience: With online workshops, you have the freedom to learn at your own pace and at a time that suits you best, right from the comfort of your own home!

Flexible Learning: The sky’s the limit! Online workshops offer a dazzling array of courses and topics, catering to learners of all levels. Whether you’re a beginner hungry for knowledge or an experienced individual seeking to delve deeper, there’s a workshop perfectly tailored to your specific needs.

Cost-Effectiveness: Online workshops often come with a pocket-friendly price tag. Say goodbye to travel costs as when you attend online workshops, you’re getting top-quality content at a much more affordable price.

You can connect with your creative community…Engaging in online workshops provides you with a platform to connect with fellow learners, creating an amazing community. You’ll have the opportunity to share ideas, seek feedback, and build valuable relationships that can propel your personal and professional growth.

Lifetime access: It’s the gift that keeps on giving! Many online workshops offer lifetime access to course materials. This means you can revisit and refresh your knowledge whenever you want, even long after the workshop is over. It’s like having your very own personal learning library at your fingertips!

So, don’t miss out on the amazing benefits of attending online workshops. Embark on a journey of learning, growth, and inspiration that fits seamlessly into your life. The possibilities are endless, and the rewards are truly remarkable!

We have some online workshops coming up for the Autumn so why not sign up to our newsletter to get early access….and a discount code….

Indian Summer lights

Indian Block Printed Light
Would you like to make a summer lantern…join us at a workshop and we will show you how!

What a wonderful few weeks of weather we have had in the UK …was it to hot for you?

As I am very fair skinned I tend to stay in the shade a lot but do look forward to sitting in the garden of an evening and relaxing whilst listening to the birds serenading us.

I think a lot of people have found their garden to be a sanctuary over the last year and there has been a lot of decor introduced to make it an extension of the home. Have you spruced up the garden with new some lights or furniture?

A little bit of an Indian Summer

We have just added a new date for our very popular Indian Block Printing workshop and this month you will get the opportunity to make a couple of these tea light holders. Perfect for adding a subtle light to the evening.

Garden lights

My garden aspiration…calm and cool

Time to come out of hibernation and get crafty

Fox purse

Spring is on its way and its time to get crafty?

As I look out of my window today there is some definite signs of spring on the way and it is time to come out of the winter hibernation and get crafty!.

Spring is a sign of renewal and with a few flowers appearing along the hedgerows we are all beginning to feel a little more joyous. With Mothers day and Spring just around the corner there are lots of reasons to shake of the cloudy skies and get crafting to bring some cheer into your home.

If you need some inspiration we have quite a few workshops lined up and with a focus on sustainability . A bunch of blooming flowers is always nice to receive but they will wilt ( don’t forget to put them in your compost bin) so how about attending our flowers rag rugging workshop and we will show you how to make beautiful flowers from upcycled fabric?

Another great versatile craft to try is our ever popular Indian Block printing workshop, you could print a tote bag or maybe some fresh crisp pillowcases or a cushion….or all of them!

Of course as we step into spring and start to venture out into the garden we will of course be looking at a range of bunting…sheep and apple trees anybody?

Sheep and country themed hessian bunting