home: event [ wood turning ]
We all secretly dream of learning a new skill, whether it’s drawing, painting, woodwork, or sewing but never find to time to take it up.
At Blackhorse Workshop, London in just 3 hours you can learn basic wood turning techniques and create your very own bowl. Amongst a array of courses this particular one is great for beginners and perfect to challenge yourself and try something new, not to mention being great fun.
[ £75 ]
home: event [ screen printing ]
If you have every thought you wanted your own design printed on paper, to then framed for someone or yourself, then this workshop is for you.
Hosted at Obby in Peckham, London, this course will go through the basics of screen printing in a 6hr session. You will have the opportunity to bring a design to life and go home with 10 copies of your print.
Search a wide range of great workshops across London, including this one at obby.co.uk
[ £65 ]
Various dates – 10am – 4pm
home: event [ paper cutting workshop ]
With this workshop you will learn the craft and techniques of paper cutting, creating your own designs to take home.
‘Kip Perdue of Kartegraphik will lead you through the intriguing world of making art from just a single sheet of paper with only a scalpel. Over two hours you’ll learn a variety of techniques and skills to approaching a paper cutting‘
Different dates available [ £30 ]
Get your tickets through obby.co.uk
home: event [ interior design courses ]
Fancy honing your design skills, learning new methods for home styling, being taught how to create the perfect balance of style and practicality for the home? Head to the British Academy Of Interior Design and see if there’s the course for you.
Prices from £395
home: event [ bookbinding for beginners ]
We found this lovely bookbinding workshop at the fab Drink Shop Do in London, so whether you want to create a sketch book or note book for yourself or a gift then this is a great place to start.
This beginners workshop will take you through the steps of putting a book together using stitching techniques and and paper folding for the cover.
This 2 1/2 hr workshop also includes bottomless tea and a slice of cake.
Head to drinkshopdo.co.uk to book tickets
Apr 1st & Apr 29th – £30 [ 10:30 – 13:00 ]
home: event [ modern calligraphy ]
Head to londoncraftclub.co.uk to explore the array of workshops and events on offer, including this modern calligraphy workshop. Explore words phrases and create your own piece art.
‘Join us for a wonderful evening of modern calligraphy with Shoshana of Shoshy Cadoodle. Gently learn the techniques to create each letter with Shoshy’s help and guidance. You’ll try different drills to get the hang of the letters and nib, with lots of top tips on how to make your words look nicer’
7th April @ Todd Sloane 71 High St, Epping CM16 4BA
Book your place at londoncraftclub.co.uk
home: event [ Colour Clinic ]
If you love experimenting with colour in your home but are unsure which colours work together or how best to make the most of a colour, then this afternoon course is for you.
Hosted by Future & Found and Rebecca Harkness you will explore how colour effects our daily life and how we make decisions based on those colours.
Get tickets here.
Sunday 1st Oct [ 14:00 – 16:00 ]
[ £45 ]
home: event [ macramé workshop ]
With the big comeback of macramé in the home continuing in 2017, now is a good time to try your hand and a new craft. Get along to a this great workshop where you will learn all the techniques for making your own wall hanging.
‘Isabella will talk you through step by step during the lesson. She will also bring various wall hanging samples that you can replicate or use as a base to create your own version. She has learnt and practice macramé, among other crafts, over the past year. She believes what you learn should be shared and is very excited to pass on these skills to other creators’
Run at various locations throughout london. Head to twome.co.uk to find your nearest venue. [ from £30 ]
home: event [ calligraphy ]
The typography trend has been growing over the last couple of years – letters of the alphabet used on ceramics, quotes and slogans used on soft furnishings and art, the ideas are endless. A once popular skill making a comeback is calligraphy: the art of of producing decorative handwriting with a pen or brush. If you have ever thought you wanted to give it a go then why not sign up for a class at Liberty department store in London.
During their Brush Lettering class you will be introduced to contemporary brush lettering, and then guided through the techniques of brush strokes and creating shapes and letters. By the end of the workshop you’ll be well on your way to developing your own brush lettering style.
£60 [ class cost includes a kit of calligraphy materials to use in class and to take home with you ]
Sat 25th June – 12pm – 2:30pm
Sat 25th June – 3:30pm – 6pm
Visit the website liberty.co.uk for booking and contact details.