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There is no better time than the time spent with your family and kids. Especially when your children are small and in need to discover and learn new things, it is the best way to occupy them with some creative projects. So you can look for ways to keep craft time with your children simple and fun. Here are some suggestions that may help you to create an interesting crafting project for your children and you.
Calon Yarns is certainly more than a wool shop. Established in 2011 by brother and sister team Lynne and Jon Seymour, this centre of crafty goodness based in Cardiff prides itself on not only stocking wonderful yarns, notions and patterns but also on running high quality, fun and inspirational workshops in all sorts of techniques from knitting and crochet sessions to dressmaking, felt making, quilting, spinning, embroidery… the list goes on!
The Burslem School of Art was once the powerhouse in developing world-renowned artist talent within the ceramics industry. For the last five years this 1905 historic Grade-II Listed Building has been run as an arts-based partnership – aimed at advancing education, training & employment and community development opportunities for local employment.
The Royal School of Needlework is unique in the field of hand embroidery and has a wealth of experience and expertise accumulated over more than 130 years.
The early history of the RSN is linked with the social, cultural and political history of Victorian and Edwardian Britain. The RSN began as the School of Art Needlework in 1872 founded by Lady Victoria Welby. The first President was Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein, Queen Victoria’s third daughter, known to the RSN as Princess Helena.