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  • Workshops in Lincolnshire-PMC,Jewellery,Stained Glass



    Hi All,

    I have a wide and varied list of Workshops which I host in my light and airy studio in Lincoln.

    Subjects include -
    • PMC /Silver Clay
    • Sterling silver wirework and beading of all types
    • Stained glass
    • Gilding with real gold leaf
    • Temari (Japanese embroidered spheres)
    • Many types of thread and fabric crafts, mostly those that are becoming scarce
    • China repair

    This list is not exhaustive, so if there's a craft you would like to learn and it isn't mentioned here, do ask.

    I usually run 1-to-1 workshops so you get the maximum personal attention but, having said that, if you book for yourself and 1 or more friends you will all receive a generous discount on your workshop fees.

    I can hold a workshop on any day of the week, including weekends. Rather than telling you what date the workshop is being held, I prefer to arrange a mutually convenient day.

    Workshops run from 9.30 to 4.30 but I like you to be able to finish your projects in an unhurried way so am not strict to finishing times.

    The fees vary according to subject but are all-inclusive, covering -
    • all tuition
    • all materials
    • use of all required tools etc.
    • a notebook for your workshop jottings and handouts to take home
    • refreshments on tap all day
    • a good lunch at the local pub!
    • ongoing support by phone and/or email if you carry on your new hobby at home.

    Please drop me an email if you have any questions or would like more information.

    Many thanks,
    Ann

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    stained glass course

    Hi Ann,

    I'm completly new person at the forum.I've just found it to search for stained glass course. Could you help me with that?
    Thanks in advance, Marta

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    • #3
      Hi Marta,

      Many thanks for asking about stained glass workshops. I would be pleased to host a workshop for you and have replied in more detail privately.

      Kind regards,
      Ann

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      • #4
        Hi Ann

        Please can you send me some details.

        Thanks
        http://www.oneill-design.org

        http://www.akashatraining.com

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        • #5
          Hi Ann,

          Can you please send me some more details in a private message as I would be interested in Silver Clay/PMC.

          I live in Peterborough but went to uni in Lincoln so can easily get there.

          I look forward tohearing from you.

          Zoe
          Zoe

          www,zrjewellery-facebook.co.uk
          [email protected]

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          • #6
            Hello Ann,
            Can you quote me a price for a 1 to 1 for PMC workshop and also one for my other half and I to come (he is interested but may not be able to due to work commitments). Just moved back to Lincoln, very excited about PMC. Have read a book but not taken the plunge-started Degree in Jewellery years ago but ended up in hospital with excema so badly -8 weeks in hospital-dreams dashed. Excema now gone and this could be the answer anyway as little alloy etc in the air! Please let me know-I am thinking mid April.

            Many Thanks,
            Anna

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            • #7
              Anna - you might want to look at the original date of this thread. The poster hasn't been back to the forum for over a year.
              george
              www.mizgeorge.co.uk
              www.etsy.com/shop/mizgeorge
              www.flickr.com/mizgeorge

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              • #8
                Very well spotted. Thank you. What a shame. Back to the drawing board.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Socialstarlet View Post
                  Very well spotted. Thank you. What a shame. Back to the drawing board.
                  Not necessarily - the original poster has a website (click on their name and then in the drop down list click visit homepage) you should be able to contact them directly through that
                  Visit Natty Netty for a huge selection of Iris Folding supplies

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                  • #10
                    Although this is an old thread , I'm very interested and will be browsing the site momentarily
                    Clark Arts,
                    Handmade Jewellery.


                    http://ClarkArts.etsy.com
                    http://www.folksy.com/shops/ClarkArts

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                    http://www.facebook.com/ClarkArtsJewellery

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