Christmas is a while away yet, but Sotonettes members have been invited to the forthcoming Hampshire WI sugar craft workshop in Burley, where you can come along and make two Christmas-inspired cake decorations for your Christmas cake, led by Josie Smith.
Members will be able to create Christmas-inspired flowers and figures to top your cake – the two hour session will be divided into two with afternoon tea in the middle. All materials will be provided, including fondant icing and colourings.
Parking will be available at the workshop, held at Myrtle Hall, Copse Road, Burley, 2 – 4 pm.
Book now to avoid disappointment; the closing date for applications is Friday 16 October 2015.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or talk to one of the committee at September’s Sotonettes meeting if you would like to book a place; tickets are £12.50 each.
We’ve been contacted by the Hampshire Federation on behalf of Creative Arts, who are looking for craft teachers to exhibit at their Craft Selection Day on October 10th 2015 in Weyhill, Andover.
The day will be a great opportunity for craft teachers to spread their talents and skills throughout the WI in Hampshire. There will be lots of people coming on the day, looking for ideas for next year or even the year after’s programme.
If you’re crafty and you’d like to find out more, please contact email@example.com for further details. A couple of the Sotonettes committee will also be attending this event as visitors, so we look forward to seeing you there if you have a craft to share!
For those of you who might like a trip a bit further afield, there will be a sale of donated papercraft items, threads, fabric and sewing goods at Denman, Oxfordshire, on Saturday 15 August 2015, 10am to 5pm.
Entrance and parking is free, and this event is open to Sotonettes members, friends, family and any other crafty people!
For more information email Joan Sherrin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: There will be no demonstrations, house and garden tours or lunches provided at this event. It is volunteer run and all proceeds will go to Denman.