Course dates: 03 October 2016 - 07 October 2016
Discover the world of goldwork embroidery and be introduced to a variety of techniques, either through set designs or by developing your own ideas.
Course dates: 03 October 2016 - 06 October 2016
For students who have previously attended one of Pauline’s courses. This course is an opportunity to practise and further extend your jewellery making skills.
Course date: 07 October 2016
The aim is to learn silk knotting and to make a fully-knotted pearl bracelet and to learn Indian wiring techniques as applied to drop earring making for a matching earrings set (for pierced or clip on). This course also introduces the whole subject of marine and freshwater pearls. Materials are included in the cost of this Day School.
Course dates: 07 October 2016 - 09 October 2016
If you can make a chain and form a basic crochet stitch then you'll be ready to come and make this simply structured, felted bag. You'll spend the main part of the course crocheting the bag and then put it through the felting wash. During the final morning, you'll create some motifs, flowers, appliqué and embroidery to embellish it further.
Course date: 08 October 2016
This course is designed for those interested in the whole subject of real pearls – nature’s only ‘living’ gemstones. The central aim is to learn how to knot a pearl necklace or bracelet on silk, using a Chinese knotting tool, as well as learning Indian-wiring as applied to earring-making. It is also a lively and entertaining way of learning the many facts, legends and stories about the history of pearls over 3000 years. Advanced students can make additional jewellery.