In this workshop over two Saturdays you will learn how to measure up, construct and complete a Roman Blind.
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Course Dates 2017 – 2018
Saturday 10am to 4pm Marilyn Mitchelmore
These courses take place at Stoke Lodge
- 2 sessions 21 April and 19 May £74 / £46 AC76A
New course dates will be available in our next Course Guide 2018 -19 from Summer 2018
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Tutor – Marilyn Mitchelmore
Coming from a family of glove makers in Wales, I’ve always been keen on sewing. I find the benefits of sewing to be vast! Sewing can be calming as well as teaching us patience.
I was drawn into teaching because I’m passionate about adult learning. So I’ve been lucky enough to combine a personal interest of mine with my teaching career.
Newcomers to my class begin by making a pin cushion. Then, I hand over the ropes! Learners are given the freedom to do whatever they like, with my support when they need. Previous learners have made baby clothes, chair covers, and even ball gowns! It’s all about trial and error in my class, with a supportive and friendly environment to help you achieve your potential.
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