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Tag Archives: workshops
TweetCraft is coming to the Southbank Centre on 24 and 25 August – and Makerhood will be there! The Village Fair is part of the Southbank Centre’s Festival of Neighbourhood and will include local brass bands and bell ringers, traditional … Continue reading
Tweet Mariatu Turay of Gitas Portal specialises in contemporary, African-inspired ladies’ and children’s fashion, handmade slippers, jewellery and handbags. At Making Uncovered she will be showing how to make fabric headbands for children and adults, and how to make the best … Continue reading
TweetElena Blanco is a Spanish-born artist living in Loughborough Junction. At Making Uncovered on 20 April, she will be popping up different points throughout the day drawing and engaging with the public. What do you like about your art? Why did … Continue reading
TweetWe are very excited about the Lambeth Country Show this year! It’s our favourite event in London by far – so much so that we launched Makerhood at the show last year. This year, we’re teaming up with our wonderful … Continue reading
TweetDoes the thought of asking a retailer to stock your products bring you out in a cold sweat? Or do you want to email a journalist about featuring your work in a magazine but just sit there staring at a … Continue reading
TweetJoin in the fun and learn a few skills at the Makerhood drop-in workshops at the Crafty Fox Spring Market! The workshops are organised by Makerhood volunteer crafters and are completely free. Saturday 24 March, 12.30-3pm, Dogstar Brixton, 2nd floor – free. Knitting … Continue reading
Tweet We came across this today (thanks Rachel!), and thought many of you would be interested in it; news of London’s first Renegade Craft Fair. Typically based in the States, Renegade organise annual free-to-attend events focussing on “DIY and indie-craft … Continue reading