WORKSHOP : November 5, 2016.
Make your own perspex necklace with WONDERHAUS UK
**This workshop has sold out, to join the reserve list email firstname.lastname@example.org**
Saturday 5 November, 10-4 pm
Space2 – Manchester Craft & Design Centre
£55 / £50 Concessions*
In this workshop Julia (from WONDERHAUS) will teach you how to design, file and use a handsaw to make a perspex necklace or brooch.
There will be a break for lunch – the perfect opportunity to get to know one another – so please either bring a packed lunch or grab a bite to eat at the lovely Oak Street Cafe Bar situated within the Craft Centre.
This workshop will give you the skills to make your own unique piece of jewellery whilst at the same time having lots of fun with like minded people. And you’ll go home with your handmade jewellery piece – which could make the perfect unique Christmas gift for a loved one!
Buy your tickets from our online shop
Julia Roy-Williams is an established designer-maker based in Manchester. She makes and sells from her studio shop at Manchester Craft & Design Centre where she has been based for the past 6 years. Her jewellery brand WONDERHAUS has been featured in The Times on Sunday and Grazia and is worn by celebrity fans including Maxine Peake and Erin O’Connor. Inspiration for WONDERHAUS jewellery pieces are wide ranging – a love of travel, patterns in nature, modernist architecture, and an air of Italian art deco glamour.
*Concessions: over 60 / unemployed* / student* – *please bring ID along on the day.
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