So I am running a few half day workshops 2-4pm on Saturdays in the next few months gaining ideas and also interest in maybe an evening class too. The first one in January is full which is great it's a mini hare workshop so I have scheduled another one in March.
Some people asked if they could make something else so I have said and 'other creatures' if you give me an idea of something you would like to make then I can have a think before hand.
Here are a few photos from the last mini hare workshop they were very quiet concentrating really hard to achieve their hare and they all fired really well too. I put the whiskers in after the firing and all were pleased with their hare and couldn't believe they survived! Oh yee of little faith!
So there are a few of places left on the Mini Hare and other creatures workshop on
March 18th 2-4pm at Higherford Mill, Gisburn Road, Barrowford, Lancashire, BB9 6JH
you can pay on the day or click the link below but you need to contact me for booking to make sure there are places left.
email email@example.com or via my Facebook page
Now there is a porcelain workshop too in February but no booking as yet is that half term?
|Images from Decembers t-light workshops.|
If you are interested and the dates don't suit you please get in touch and we can maybe look at changing to a date that's more suitable for all. We can make tiles, t lights or wall hangings I was going to leave it open for people to make a choice but if you feel they need more direction please do let me know I am happy to organise a more prescriptive workshop so go on have a think and let me know what you fancy doing.
You just need a apron and your lovely selves and we will have fun promise :-)
Jan 14th 2 -4pm Mini hares FULL
Feb 18th 2- 4 pm Porcelain Spaces available
March 18th 2 - 4pm Mini hares and other creatures - spaces available
all at Higherford Mill
Gisburn Road, Barrowford, Lancashire BB9 6JH
(if you use a sat nav carry on for 50 yrds more and we are on your left towards Blacko).
Car parking is passed the mill towards Blacko behind the Malt Kiln,
first right passed the Old Bridge Inn along a cobbled driveway.