Workshop & Course Providers

  A crafty touch – (Darlington)!/ACraftyTouch

I have been into crafting now for apx 5yrs, and love everything about it. Anyone who is into craft or starting to craft will find its very addictive, and once you’ve pop you just wont want to stop!


Beadelicious Beads:  Website – Facebook –  (Based in Bedworth

We run workshops and regularly monthly jewellery making groups (our Bead Soirees) all of which are detailed on the main menu of our website.  Workshop Timetable


Cheeky Handmades (London):

Current Courses:

I run crafting classes around East London. I specialise in small classes (3 people), or one to one to really give individual attention. Classes are very much tailored to the students.


Creative Thread workshops

Creative Thread Workshops:

We run POP UP workshops in the Lancashire area, we teach beginners sewing both hand and machine sewing, Our most popular workshop is Machine Sewing for the Terrified, small classes or 3 or 4 so everyone gets lots of attention.

We also organise professional textile artists to teach their special/unique talents at full day workshops. Felt making, stitched collage, patchwork, making porcelain buttons, the list goes on.

If you take a peek at the workshop page you will see our current workshops, we are always adding new events, so always worth a frequent revisit.

We are also on Facebook

and on twitter @fab_workshops

Creative Thread Workshops
35 Derby Road




Fiddly Fingers Crochet Workshops:

I offer a variety of crochet workshops in Newton Abbot and Exeter, Devon.  If you would like to learn how to crochet or explore the craft a little further using texture and also extreme crochet (huge hooks and multiple strands of yarn) then please visit the ‘Workshop’ page of my blog where you will find my contact details and up to date information.  I can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.

Look forward to seeing you

Alison, aka Fiddly Fingers


Jane Cameron – Artist, Silk Painting, Courses & Parties, Fused Glass: (Woking, Surrey)

I run a variety of courses for both experienced silk painters and beginners, ranging from an “introduction to Silk Painting” through to more advanced work on batik and shibori.
I also do individual tuition, and can do one-off classes or a set of sessions for you. Your friends are welcome too! Please contact me to discuss your requirements.


LUMIERE DE LONDRESLumiere De Londres:  (Candle/Natural Skin care and remedy workshops ~ based in Greenwich London)

We run several different workshops – candle making workshops, natural skincare products and a natural remedy workshops.

Links to each of the workshops:


Sky Jewels (Hucknall):

Have you been racking your brains about what party to book this year?? Then why not book a party with ‘skyjewels’……..3 types of Jewellery Making Parties to choose from.  Entertain the children and save money as they make their own party bag treat!!


–   The Craft Workshop (Dublin, Ireland) – The CraftWorkshop  Website:

Hi Pauline and Evelyn here, we would like to welcome you to look at our site.  We both have been doing arts and crafts classes with all age groups for a long time.


The Make and Do Studio (Cheshire) Website:


The Old School Club (Battersea, London) –  Blog:

We provide many types of craft courses (sewing, crochet, knitting, quilting, upholstery, photography, etc), a studio for people to come along and work on their own projects and a creche! So if mums feel the need to spend some “crafty time” they can bring their little ones to be looked after in the creche whilst they have some enjoyable time.

Inma Goodhew


The Performing Arts Company:

Amanda Fairclough is a Professional Actor, Drama Facilitator and Director with many years experience in the performance industry, offering a variety of acting workshops for children, Nurseries, Schools and Colleges in the North West of England.

Amanda has her own Children and Youth Theatre Company; ‘The Performing Arts Company’ based in Horwich Bolton where she produces several shows a year for stage and screen with her students.


 On-line Card Workshops

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between many of Ranger’s inks, paints, and powders, and what makes them work? Well then this is the workshop for you!



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