Hello all !
Here we are again entering the next season in nature's calendar , and I hope during the Summer you've been able to negotiate your way through the ever changing and confusing rules and regulations and make the most of the pleasant weather we had .
Our workshop photo gallery is looking a little sparse this year , but if you take a look you'll see we had some great hares, owls, bunnies and Herdwick doorstops made by those who attended the last two classes at Quirky Workshops . A big thank you to all who attended and made them such enjoyable days .
I am looking forward to seeing everyone at the next workshop, again at Quirky this Friday , 2nd October when we'll be making Herdwick doorstops once again .
Next year I would like to introduce a new subject into the schedule , I have had a couple of ideas of my own, my mallard (pictured) is one , plus a few put to me by some of you . These include, Sausage dog draught excluder , Highland cattle , fox, otter and a Red Squirrel. It would be interesting to get some feedback , then I can see if it is feasible to do it.
As for the rest of this year , there is one more class on the 24th November making hares .
Hopefully next year , Artison will also be back on the calendar, running the classes they had to move over from this year .
In the Etsy shop I have added some bagged wool as requested and I shall try and make some more of our own batts. The wool stab pads are hard to keep up with but fantastic to get such positive feedback, kits in store- proving popular are the picture kits and Sheep kit, it is also good to hear that the Youtube tutorial for the Sheep kit is getting positive feedback so maybe I will have to make another for the next new kit.
Please do get in touch if you have any ideas you would like to add or enquiries, I love to hear from my woolly friends baaaa..
Best wishes ...