When: Saturday 11th November 2.00pm to 4.00pm Friday 24th November 1.00pm to 3.00pm Saturday 25th November 10.15am to 12.15pm Cost: £20 including a vintage tea
What is the class? We will be crafting in the museum kitchen at Pickford's House, a beautifully preserved Georgian townhouse a few minutes walk from Derby Museum and the Cathedral Quarter. It's a light, unique space surrounded by kitchen artefacts. The staff clear the table, unclip the ropes and let us go beyond the ropes which are normally closed to the public. The class is relaxed, fun and caters for up to 6 crafters.
What will I be making? A wire based Christmas or seasonal wreath using festive ribbons and fabrics to create a unique creation. You cut, hand sew and use a glue gun to create the right wreath for your Christmas. We have three different templates for your to craft with; a ribbon wrapped design with fabric flowers, a rag rug vintage style wreath and a burlap wrapped with felt ivy leaves.
What level? Any level, no prior stitching knowledge needed. If you are experienced crafter we will be bringing the stamps and textile paints too!
Do I need to bring anything? All materials are provided including vintage tea and cake.
Will I finish in the class? We aim to finish in the class but you can take your work home if you wish so you don't rush.
Can I bring children? Yes, the class is suitable for 10+ but accompanied with an adult.
The price of £20 is non refundable but you can pass your ticket to a friend if you cannot make it. Please check you can make the class before booking.