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CANCELLED Christmas Creature Couture - Design and make your own bespoke felt monster under the expert guidance of the Felt Mistress

Sunday 16th December 2012 1pm - 5pm 107 Charing Cross Road Chargeable Event

OWING TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED

Crafty ticket holders will receive everything they need to start making their very own quirky felt character in just one seamless workshop. Workshops will be led by the Felt Mistress AKA Louise Evans - a former couture dress maker who has brought her years of experience to the world of character design, previously working for Selfridges as well as having collaborated with artists including Jon Burgerman and Pete Fowler. Come along to Foyles and make the perfect hand-made present for your loved ones this Christmas.

 

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