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Felt Monster Workshop - Make your own bespoke felt monster under the guidance of the Felt Mistress Back to Events »

Saturday 30th June 2012 1pm - 5pm Charing Cross Road Chargeable Event

In this workshop, ticket holders will receive everything they need to start making their very own quirky character under the expert guidance of the Felt Mistress AKA Louise Evans. A former couture dress maker, Louise has brought her years of experience to the world of character design and has worked for Selfridges as well as having collaborated with artists including Jon Burgerman and Pete Fowler. This intimate workshop is the perfect opportunity for beginners and professionals alike who fancy an afternoon of stitching off the beaten track.

Felt monster 1Venue: The Third Floor at Foyles, Charing Cross Road

Times: 30th June (1pm - 5pm with a 30-minute break)

Tickets: £15 (NB: Children may be accompanied by 1 adult free of charge, although due to space restrictions we cannot accommodate additional parents/guardians)

 

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Part of the Foyles Sketching the City season and the Charing Cross Road Festival.

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