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Craft Group

Craft Group

The Craft Group continues to meet monthly on the first Tuesday of the month to enjoy crafting and learn new skills while raising funds for Oak Tree Farm. All meetings start at 7pm and finish by 9.30 and are open to all.  A charge of 5 covers refreshments and some materials and all proceeds are donated to the Farm.

In 2018 we were able to donate over 750 to the Farm, plus many members made and donated items to be sold in the shop.

 

Our programme for 2019 is:

February 5th.     Paper Flowers with Linda

March 5th.         Origami Photo Album with Elaine

April 2nd.           Fabric Manipulation with Monica

May 7th.            No-sew Pictures with Sue and Suzanne

June 4th.           Topic to be confirmed

July 2nd.            Making Lidded Boxes with Betty

August 6th.        Craft and chat evening

September 3rd. Wet felting in three dimensions with Janet

October 1st.       Make a fabric origami Scissor Keeper with Suzanne

November 5th.   Craft for Christmas

December 3rd.   Christmas crafting continued.

 

If you would like to be added to the email list to receive information about materials and equipment it would be helpful to bring along to join in with the above, please contact Sheila at the Farm on oakadmin2@btconnect.com There is also a closed group Facebook page where this information will be listed.  Find us at OTF Craft Group www.facebook.com/groups/2106833969352275/ and send a request to join the group.


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