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Felt Easter decorations

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Join us for a fun evening learning how to embroider your own beautiful Easter decorations.

Whether you're an absolute beginner or have done some embroidery before, experienced teacher and professional milliner and accessories designer Bee Smith will guide you through the various steps to making three attractive and unique felt decorations. Either dot them around your house or use them as original gifts for friends and family.

During the class, Bee will demonstrate the various embroidery stitches and techniques, then support you as you stitch the eggs together. Don't worry if you don't finish them all in the class, as we'll give you any materials needed to complete them at home in your own time.

All materials and tools are provided, together with wine, hot drinks or juice.

The class is also available as a bespoke event, for an alternative social with friends, work colleagues or family! Please mail us on craft@handmadeworkshops.co.uk for more details.

"Fantastic workshop! Good fun, great to learn something new. Lovely and calming after a busy work day."

Guide Prices

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Adult£39.00 per ticket

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.

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Embroidered Easter Decorations

Type:Arts & Crafts Event

The Railway, 2 Victoria Road, Teddington, London, TW11 0BB

Tel: 07394 820824

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