I’ve had little to no time to blog for a couple of weeks, however soon that should hopefully changed very soon as we are finally becoming a bit more modern and having broadband installed in the haberdashery 🙂
You might have already heard but if not then …….Its finally here
Simply Needlecraft’s Childrens Sewing Bee – Starting Saturday 5th March 2016
This is a weekly club which will run on a Saturday.
There are two different age ranges – 8yrs -12yrs and 12yrs -16yrs.
Our Sewing Bee will include all crafts – Hand sewing & Embroidery, Machine Sewing, Patchwork & Quilting, Crochet and Knitting as well as others.
Everything is included including the use of a Singer sewing machines. The fabric, sewing supplies, scissors, tools and threads needed to complete the projects. A project folder to keep patterns and instructions in.
Spaces available – Saturdays
10am-11am – 8yrs – 12yrs – £6.50 per session – paying a month in advance – 2 spaces left
11.30am -12.30pm – 8yrs – 12yrs – £6.50 per session – paying a month in advance – 1 space left
1.30pm-3.pm – 12yrs- 16yrs – £8 per session – paying a month in advance – 3 spaces left
For booking details please visit our website – http://www.simplyneedlecraft.com/page_3436338.html
Still on the subject of workshops, we had a lovely Mother & Daughter Patchwork session last week. We had an amazing afternoon and look what my little sewers made…
We have a few new workshops that have been announced…..
Beginners Crochet – This is perfect for complete beginners – this workshop is designed to show you basic stitches and you will leave with knowledge and a finished granny square – Full details here
We also have a new Lampshade workshop on offer – this is a no sew class – Full details here
and last but by no means least …..
The Rag Rug Cushion Workshop – A vintage craft with a modern twist – Full details here
We also have the rag rug tools in stock 🙂
I’ve been quite busy myself crafting the last few weeks……
Fabric printing for my coursework
great fun and very messy 🙂
I’ve made a crocheted bag ……
which I’m quite proud of BUT………….I’m really proud of my elephant ……George
What do you think?
Anyway that it for another week, we have so much going on in the pipeline with work shops, classes and the children’s sewing bee. Hopefully I’ll be able to give you lots more to look forward to in the next couple of weeks.
But for now……Thanks for reading, have a lovely weekend and thank you for all of your support.
Ami, David, Glyn and Sylvia xxxxxx