Christmas Country Tweed Wreath – No Stitch!

5.00 out of 5
3 customer reviews

£60

Come and spend a fabulously Christmassy day with me making a gorgeous and unique wreath. Vibrant colours combine with metallic leather and you’ll produce a showstopper whatever your experience in fabric craft.

Description

Combine tweed, tartan, bright felts and wire to make as many corsages as you can in your chosen colourway, before attaching them to your wire wreath with twine.  I supply the base, twine and the majority of materials but you do need to bring some tweed and plenty of glue – see requirements tab.

Note – the day the extended day: 10-5.30am to accomodate all the flower fixing but do allow for some finishing off time at home too.

With thanks to 2020-21 students for their wreath images!

Additional information

Dates:

2nd Dec 2022, 30th Nov 2022

Times

10am-5.30pm

Skill Level

No exp neccessary

Requirements

  • glue gun with plenty of glue sticks and a jar to place it in.
  • selection of felts and tweedy fabrics in your chosen colours to combine with my stash.  Even non christmassy colours work so do bring them.
  • Gold/silver/red/fushia/green metallic leatherette – one A4 sheet is ample.
  • paper scissors
  • fabric scissors
  • clothes pegs x 5
  • 2 gold zips – 6-8 inch
  • any other christmassy decoration you want to add in – red berries etc
  • Guttermann Textile glue

3 reviews for Christmas Country Tweed Wreath – No Stitch!

  1. 5 out of 5

    Susan Knill Jones (verified owner)

    This day was creative and really enjoyable. So much fun working with lovely fabrics and colours and making individual designs for the wreath. Can’t wait for the next workshop! Thank you Alex

  2. 5 out of 5

    Catherine (verified owner)

    Fabulous workshop! I so enjoyed using fabrics and zips to make this stunning wreath, that will be used for years to come. It was worth waiting a year for!

    • Alex

      Thank you Catherine ! Your wreath was super x

  3. 5 out of 5

    Liz Ward

    Really really enjoyed this workshop and I will use the techniques to make other wreaths for throughout the year as well as broaches. The desks are separated by screens, the door was opened on a regular basis for ventilation and masks were worn when moving about in the studio.

    • Alex

      I always love working with you – thanks Liz.

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