I spent a lovely few hours on Sunday at Angel in Easingwold. Kirstin opened her doors on a Sunday so that anyone and everyone could pop in and learn to make a patchwork pincushion and needlebook, with me, for free!
It was a great way to spend the day and (hopefully) everyone enjoyed it.
Angel (and Easingwold) is a really lovely location to work in. Kirstin stocks an amazing range of beautiful things to buy and the space itself is so warm and welcoming. Plus it's always easier to create when surrounded by so much inspiration!
I'm teaching a number of workshops at Angel in the next couple of months, including one to make an embroidered Christmas stocking, as well as a couple of half day workshops to make Christmas bunting.
And if you're really quick, I think there may still be one space left this Monday 31st, on my cushion making workshop.
For more information on dates and prices you can contact Kirstin at Angel right here.
I really must say that if you're anywhere near Yorkshire, then this really is a lovely place to come and spend the day (especially as right next door there's a fantastic old style sweet shop!).