Craft and Writing Workshops in Lancashire
Tuesday, May 26th, 2009 at 4:22 pm
Posted by Jenny Hudson
Vintage crockery company Dormouse and The Teapot are to hold a series of craft and writing workshops throughout June and August at their space – Kitschen at Woodend Mill, Lancashire.
Within the ambiance of an old fashioned parlour, workshop attendees will take part in the three hour sessions led by expert crafters and published writers. They will make lovely crafted items to take away or learn new writing skills, followed by tea and cake served on Dormouse and The Teapot’s trademark mismatched vintage china.
Craft sessions include Love to sew? (shabby chic hearts and corsages) led by Julie Utratny and Airborne Gorgeousness (mobile making) by Sally Fort. Among the writers are Hawthornden Fellow Ian Parks and TV Screenwriter Helen Farrall.
Craft workshops are £20 and writing workshops £30. Each person who books a place before 28 May will be entered into a draw to win a Dormouse and The Teapot – two person afternoon tea set worth £32!
For full details of workshops and to book a place visit the website at www.dormouseandtheteapot.com.
Pics: Emma Fozard’s concertina books
Sally Fort’s mobiles
Kitschen, Woodend Mill, Lancashire.