Paula Milner has been running workshops from a studio at her home in the village since November with Christmas proving a popular time of year.
The upcoming holidays are another perfect time for families and friends to relax with The Crafty Lass – perhaps making something special for Mothering Sunday on March 11.
Paula, 34, who set up the business in 2015 originally as a mobile workshop, said: “Workshops are intended to be therapeutic, not ‘difficult’ or ‘exclusive’ – just some crafty time out from our busy modern day lives.
“A chance to learn a new skill, relax, meet fellow like minded people – and make something both unique and beautiful at the same time.”
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Spring fabric wreaths, fabric flowers, decorative Easter eggs and more will be made at the workshops and chance to personalise an apron and a tea towel.
After a morning of craft, participants can relax with a ‘crafternoon tea’ and leave with their creations and complimentary Belflair champagne truffles.
For more information visit: www.thecraftylass.com or www.facebook.com/TheCraftyLass.