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Exhibition "Taster" Workshops 2016


Please book your place in advance by emailing:


Book onto one of our short workshop sessions - a great way to try something new! Cost is £10 (£12 on the day) per session. You will receive details of what to bring when we receive your booking.


Sunday 10th April

11am –1pm

Modular Knitting




Sunday 10th April 

2.30pm – 4pm

Beginners Peg
Loom Weavingl



Tuesday 12th April

10.30am – Lunchtime

Knit/Crochet and Natter


Thursday 14th April

11am – 12.30pm


2.00 – 3.30pm

Drop Spindling for Beginners


Saturday 16th April

2.00 – 3.30pm
Needle felted Brooches 



Sunday 17th April

11am – 12.30pm
Broomstick Crochet 

Modular Knitting – Janet Scotton

Modular knitting allows you to build a garment piece by piece using mitred squares. Changing colours and sizing is easy with no sewing. You will need to know how to cast on and knit plain and purl for this workshop.

Beginners Peg Loom Weaving – Mary Paul

Weaving on a peg loom is great fun and very easy. You can use all sorts of different yarns and fabrics to make rugs or bags using this technique. No experience needed.


Tuesday Morning Knit,

Crochet and Natter

Informal knitting and crochet session.
Bring a project and join us!


Drop Spindling for Beginners
 – Lesley Dunn

A fantastic way to learn how to spin a variety of yarns. Inexpensive, portable and doesn’t take up much space. No experience needed.


Needle felted Brooches – Carol Crowdy

Learn to use a felting needle to make a small brooch you can take home with you. No previous experience needed. Suitable for anyone over 10 years old.

Broomstick Crochet
 – Sally Gurney

A method of lace crochet that is fast and looks complicated, but is easy when you know how. Basic crochet experience needed.