What is Make & Take?
How many times do you buy a kit and have no idea how to begin? The make and take is an opportunity for you to purchase a mini version of a technique/kit, have a conversation with the exhibitor. Tables and chairs will be nearby for you to create whilst at the fair- then if you get stuck the exhibitor is on hand to help.
The following are subject to change, please ask on arrival what is on offer the day you visit.
Etui Coterie– come and try Japanese braiding and takeaway a bracelet or bag charm- £10 includes all materials and you get to keep the braiding disk.
Jewellery by Janet & Hazel – make a pair of earrings from a selection of provided beads, at a cost of £1.00 a pair.
Melly Made– make a fabric flower with Melly Made fabric, paper, organza and wire £2.50 for the pack.
Tudor Rose– Select from 4 different projects using Heat Applied Glitter Film to produce a small project. £3.50
Agnes Creations– Make & Take your own African fabric and Tibetan silver bead necklace £8 for the kit.
Spinspired– Drop spindle- learn how to use a drop spindle to spin your own yarn. Price The price will be £5 which includes a drop spindle, some fleece and tuition.
Jean Wright– make a Gold embroidered leaf brooch using 4 different types of gold threads/wires. All materials will be supplied including instructions in a kit costing £5.
Fenland Textile Studios– will be holding Kantha make and take sessions through out the day. Learn how to transfer a pattern and stitch a traditional paisley design using running stitch. Pay £5 for a full kit including cotton fabric, cotton muslin, perle cotton threads, pattern and needle. Come and relax, rest your feet and take it easy with our kantha techniques.
The Common Thread– will be offering silk ribbon embroidery and stumpwork make and take. Kits starting from £7 (includes fabric with design on it, ribbons/threads, wires, set of instructions, and needles)
Chris Yates- using teabags, create your own mini landscape. Kits designed by Chris costing £4