These are the workshops I had to cancel during lock down. I will be restricting numbers to 4 for each workshop to allow for distancing and so you can be assured you get as much assistance as you need. An old favourite and a new technique at Stirling Street Summer School 2020.
Classes on request, $30
Colouring mandalas, round table discussions, Sufi whirling, our obsession with ball sports, the seasons - circles in our life. Working ‘in the round’ is inclusive, soothing, meditative and inspiring. This is a simple technique that uses leftover threads.
These embroidered balls are an excellent way to use up tiny scraps of knitting wool, cotton and embroidery thread. Use as a safe indoor ball for young children, as juggling balls. A few small balls can be hung over a cot. Create Christmas and Easter baubles or simply fill a bowl with colour.
Monday 21st September 9.30- 12.30 or Saturday 3rd October 9.30-12.30
Other dates and times are available, please contact me.
Dilkes-Hoffman Ceramic Studio, Margaret River
$60, bring your lunch if you would like to continue in the afternoon.
An Amish craft, Locker hooking was popular in 20's, 30's and 40's.Using homespun yarn, carded wool or upcycled strips of fabric to make rugs, bags and other items. Yarn is pulled through rug canvas in and “locked” into place with a strand of wool, string or fabric, using a tool that is a cross between a crochet hook and a bodkin. Quick, easy, and addictive!