All members and visitors attending courses arranged by the Mid-Essex Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers (MEG WSD) do so entirely at their own risk. MEG WSD will use their best endeavours to ensure a safe environment, but will not accept any liability under any circumstances.
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Our February workshop wth Anna Crutchley - Experiments with cord spinning was a great success and I hope to have pics on the Gallery page very soon.
These cords can be used in many ways as piping, edgings and tie- backs in soft furnishings or as components for embroidery or jewelery.
All the students left with cords to be proud of and lots of ideas I’m sure.
The workshop in March is ‘Why long draw?’ With Pam Austin -
Pam will have 12 students in a semi-circle round her and everyone else who is interested can sit behind. The 12 students will be given BFL tops to learn this technique with. It can be tried with any breed but BFL is particularly easy to spin.
The demo, talk and tuition will continue all day with regular breaks and everyone is included if they bring their wheel and some fibre.
Pam is also an Ashford dealer and if you would like to order anything she will bring it with her and anything over £100 attracts a 10% discount. She has also just had her book printed ‘ Hand spinning- essential technical and creative skills’ and will be bringing some with her.
There is only one place left on this workshop. Ring 01787 462172 to book
See her website for more details www.spinningschool.org