Get into the festive spirit whilst making a beautiful fabric wreath!
Two workshop dates available - 5th or 12th December
All materials included - £30 pp
Let all get together - at a safe distance!! and bring some festive cheer to what has been one very strange year!
Enjoy a few hours of crafting to get into the seasonal spirit with friends or family or to meet other like minded crafters whilst making fabulous fabric wreaths that you can gift to loved ones or neighbours or hang on your door year after year to brighten your home and celebrate the season.
Only 4 places available on this workshop to ensure social distancing - please reserve your place here: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4829817
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