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Learn the basics of wet felting in this one-day workshop.
We will take a selection of fibres and use them to make pieces of coloured felt, which we will then use to make a textile representation
of an image of your own choice.
£35 per person
Part funded places £10, and fully funded places also available
thanks to support from sponsors
Places limited, to book contact Jo:
07768 767787 or firstname.lastname@example.org
An introductory course covering all the basic skills: casting on and off, the knit stitch, the purl stitch, how to create stitch patterns using knit and purl, working in rows and rounds, and increasing and decreasing techniques for simple shaping.
By the end of the course we will be following a simple knitting pattern.
5 Sessions: 10th Oct, 17th Oct, 24th Oct, 7th Nov, 14th Nov
Fermentation is an ancient food preservation technique, used in every cuisine, which has given rise to some of the most complex and celebrated flavours found in foods and beverages such as soy sauce, wine, cheese, sauerkraut and countless others.
In this fermentation workshop, you’ll learn all about this safe, easy and delicious way to preserve your produce and make healthy beverages.
We will cover technique, equipment, safety and health benefits and give practical demonstrations showing how to make sauerkraut and kombucha (fermented sweet tea).
We will also go over the variety of food items that can be produced through fermentation such as ketchup, chutneys, sriracha (garlic chilli sauce), sourdough bread and yogurt.
£45 per person, or £40 if booked with Growing Your Own Fruit. Please bring a couple of small jars if you would like to take some of the fermented products home with you.