Spend a relaxing morning trying something new and make your own hand bound notebook, perfect as a gift to yourself or for a friend. All materials and light refreshments are included. Scroll down for full details.
Saturday 22nd June| 9.45 am until 12.45pm
Join us for a lovely relaxing morning making your own beautiful hardcover notebook. You will use lovely patterned papers to make a hardback cover for your notebook and then learn how to section and stitch together your book using Coptic stitching technique. This stitching technique allows the book to lay completely flat when open and is visible on the spine of the book, making an attractive feature.
Handmade by you, you can put your notebook to good use and you will treasure forever. Use as a journal, small photo album or a fabulous personalised gift for a friend. This is an opportunity to be creative, time for you to relax and try something new all in the beautiful setting of Nottinghamshire finest wine estates.
All materials, tools and refreshments are included and by the end of your session you will have made a lovely binded notebook.
Outline of your morning
9.45 am Welcome with refreshments and meet your tutor Michaela.
Introduction to materials and tools.
Select colours and learn the stiches
11.15 pm Refreshments
Continue where you left off
12.45 pm Finish and depart with your notebook feeling relaxed
Please note – all materials and refreshments including a snack are provided. Nothing to remember to bring, just yourself, it couldn’t be easier! So book now.
Michaela, an exceptionally gifted and talented craftswomen who’s philosophy in life is to ‘live the life you image’. A Textile Artist who works mainly in Hand Embroidery and Book binding works with drawn to hand work, using few tools and follows in the footsteps of craftsmen and women who have been before her.
A Fashion Design Graduate, she now favours hand stitching over machine and uses her hand stitching to make embroidered jewellery, hand bound books and embroidered sketches which she sells online and in shops. An excellent teacher of the craft Michaela has run and taught workshops for 10 years along with weekly stitch club in Lincoln.
To ensure the quality of your personal experience, group size will be limited to 8.
For more information about this event or other Rural Antics workshops, contact Hanwell Wine Estate, firstname.lastname@example.org or 01949 81393
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