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Adult Courses:
} Bow Making Course
} Cedar Bark Course
} Flemish Bow String Making
} Hedgerow Basket Course
} Willow Christmas Crafts Course
} Wreath Making Workshop
Evening Classes:
} Focus on Fibres Class
} Round Willow Basket Class
} Willow Crafts Class
Family/children Courses:
} Ancient Hunting Skills Course
} Family Bushcraft Day Course
} Family Christmas Craft Course
} Summer Kids Wild Camp Course
 
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Focus on Fibres Class
at Field Farm Project
   
4, 18 May & 1, 15, 29 June & 6 July 2017, 6.30pm - 9pm

Join us into an exploration into the world of plant fibres and their craft applications. Over the course we will work with a wide range of locally sourced plants and trees, learning methods of harvesting and processing fibres and barks into useable weaving materials.

We will introduce you to a variety of weaving methods using flat materials, cordage making, twining and pairing, braiding and plaiting and coiling methods of creating baskets vessels and mats.
 

Some of the materials we will use include nettles, rosebay willow herb, soft rush, New Zealand Flax, pine needles, lime, willow, sweet chestnut and red cedar bark and any others we can get our hands on!

Where opportunities arise we will take a foray outside and gather the materials from the source.

If you require a full course schedule please email: info@fieldfarmproject.com for a copy. Drinks and biscuits will be available each evening. .

6 evening seasons
Price: £180 per person
Instructors: Mollie Butters & Nick McMillen
Please call 07979 321369

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