We are so excited about the truly amazing group of talented and exceptional crafters we have to lead our workshops. We are bringing you teachers who are known for the beauty and skill they bring to their particular discipline. And if skill wasn't enough, each one of them also has that encouraging and joyful "have a go" spirit that makes them natural teachers.
While we will be posting the class descriptions over the next week or so, today we just wanted to give you a brief introduction to who is joining us as teachers at The Craft Sessions.
First up - our knitting teachers are the very talented Georgie Hallam of Tikki Knits and the lovely Jules Billings of Woollen Flower. Their offerings will cover beginner knitters who are just dipping their toes into the wonderful world of knitting, to those who truly already know what they are doing. Teaching embroidery and a spot of sewing is Melissa Wastney of Tiny Happy fame. If you haven't seen her work then please have a look - simply stunning!! We are also incredibly pleased to say that Leslie from Maze and Vale is coming to share some of what she knows (which is a lot!) about printing and patchwork. The work that has come out of her block printing swaps is incredibly inspiring. And finally we have Sophie from Cirque du Bebe coming to us to teach garment sewing for kids and adults. She recently won a online sewing competition called Project Sewn with some really impressive work. Have a look at the sundress she made. Beautiful!
We will have another teaching announcement or two in the next couple of weeks so please stay tuned... Please consider joining the mailing list to be kept up to date or RSVP to the facebook event page which you can find here.
We also just wanted to say hello and welcome if you are joining us from one of our teacher's websites. Have a look around the site and let us know what you think.
We are thrilled they are all onboard and so very excited they will be part of The Craft Sessions.
More details about them can be found on our Teachers page here.
So what do you think of the lineup?