Following the success of our vintage apron-making day, The Fabulous Sewing Sisters! (aka Pam Dew and Roly Phillips) are offering a further, beginners’ dressmaking session, this time making an A-line skirt.
The workshop will help you to get to know your machine; will cover some basic skills of sewing and understanding and using a paper pattern.
The cost of the day includes a lovely lunch and a paper pattern. You will need a sewing machine, a basic sewing tool kit and sufficent fabric to make an skirt. We will advise on type and quantity.
The Friday morning class found a silver ring in the workshop this morning. It has a leaf pattern around it.
Drop me a note if you think it is yours.
One of the Art curators at Rum’s Eg Gallery in Romsey has been in touch. They are trying to source a Potter who does Garden Pots and outdoor Garden Sculpture etc and are wondering whether anyone in WSP specialises in this type of ceramics.
If you are interested, please contact Nickie Bailey, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wey Ceramics have kindly invited WSP members to attend a Jill Ford master class on Saturday 1st June. Please contact Marie if you are interested.
We are pleased to announce that the application process for our four studios is now open.
Further information including an application pack and guidance notes can be found on our website by visiting www.318ceramics.co.uk/studio-info
The closing date for applications is 5th June 2013.
The New Ashgate Gallery have a fab, collaborative exhibition on – Ceramics Now – with loads of Jack Doherty’s work. A great opportunity for those who want to take a look before his Demo day at Farnham Pottery on 15th June, or to see his work if you are unable to come.
The exhibition is on until the 22nd June.
Thanks Roly, for letting us know!