When: Saturday 27th Feb 2016 10.00am to 12.30pm and 1.45pm to 4.15pm *Sold Out*
Cost: £18 including a vintage tea
What is the class? We will be stitching 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 is 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? In the class we will be using sewing machines to make up a tote style bag, add handles and then using fabrics, we can decorate our bag with patterns, words and shapes all cut out of fabrics. Once completed we will embellish our bags too! We will be making our bag with free style patterns to your own size. We will be providing pretty embellishments including ribbons, buttons and fabric paints, stamps and crayons to provide a vintage touch.
Take your own creativity and make textile decorative art for you to put your shopping, gym stuff or books in.
What level? Any level, no prior stitching knowledge needed. If you are experienced we have stitches and techniques for you too!
Do I need to bring anything? All materials are provided including 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 £18 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.