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Willow Christmas Decorations - Sold Out

23 November - 23 November 2019

Sold Out

Willow Christmas Decorations - Sold Out

23 November - 23 November 2019

A full day′s experience with basketmaker Rachel Evans of Wheatcroft willow will see you leaving with arms full of a variety of items to decorate your home and plenty of ideas to do more by yourself.

You will make a Christmas wreath from colourful willow stems, large and small stars, flat woven Christmas trees and little reindeer. You will use willow and combine it with natural hedgerow materials like ivy, holly and cones as well as beautiful ribbons and raffia provided by the tutor.

A great start to your Christmas. 

Course Leader:  Rachel Evans

Rachel has been making baskets for over 20 years, starting as a hobby, then setting up her business, Wheatcroftwillow in 2008. She was awarded a training grant from the Basketmakers Association to begin an apprenticeship with Adrian Charlton of Norfolk and has recently been awarded another training grant to learn how to make the cyntell, a welsh frame basket. She has been teaching basketmaking to beginners and intermediates for 6 years and enjoys sharing her skills and helping others to enjoy her craft. 


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Time: 10.00am - 4.00pm

Maximum Places: 12

Pre-booking is essential.

Cost: £50 (inc.VAT) per person includes a certificate of completion, use of materials and tools necessary to the course,  lunch,  refreshments throughout the day and car parking.

 All details are correct at the time of writing; however the Museum reserves the right to change or cancel items if circumstances arise that are beyond its control.




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