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Bring along an old chair, stool or ottoman in need of some cosmetic care (a piece of furniture that you can easily carry up the stairs to The Makery’s upholstery introductory workshop!) and some lovely fabric for a busy hands-on day in bustling Bath. Join a small group of up to five others, and learn this fabulous skill.
Pop along to The Makery’s free-machine embroidery workshop to learn the ‘knack’ for this addictive crafty skill with one of the team’s lovely tutors guiding you step-by-step through the process. Basic sewing machine skills are the sole requirement for this hugely popular half-day workshop.
Climb the stairs to The Makery’s bright patchwork workshop for this friendly three-hour cushion cover class. With a maximum group size of 8, you’ll benefit from plenty of individual support from your attentive tutor in this light and airy craft haven – and you’ll be taking your gorgeous cover home with you!
If you have ever admired hand-dyed fabrics and wished you knew how to create them, then this relaxed, day-long Flora Arbuthnott’s Indigo Dyeing Workshop, including Japanese Shibori techniques, has your name on it. Part of the beauty of this introduction to dyeing is the fact that you can replicate it all at home at the kitchen table if you catch the indigo bug!
This day-long introduction to printmaking skills on fabric is a brilliant, relaxed insight into a world of bright and beautiful possibilities. You will spend the day with a maximum of 7 other participants, encouraged to really express yourself through learning how to develop your own textile designs and techniques to print them.