Pauline Latham: September 2015
I am planning to start an afternoon group for anyone interested in textile crafts. This will be held in the front coffee bar area from 2 until 4 pm on a Thursday, starting on 24th September. It will not be a structured teaching group, but a chance to meet together for a chat, for people to bring along whatever they are making and for sharing tea & cake. So, whether you want to 'knit & natter', 'stitch up' a garment, a quilt or a picture, be 'straight-laced' or get 'crochet-y', come along and spend some time with like-minded people. For more information, contact me on 01296 624964
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