Craft Revolution: Weave Your Own Grocery Basket, with Hilary Burns- Weekend Course

Details

Venue Chicken Shed (Craft Studio)

With Hilary Burns

Prices

£150

Full details on booking and visiting

Next date 28th September 9:30 am

About this course

Two day Weekend Course
Saturday 28th of September
9.30-5pm

Sunday 29th September
10-4pm

Materials and tools provided
£150

On this two day course you will make a round basket with a handle, using traditional English techniques with Somerset and locally grown willow. The basket you make will be suitable for grocery shopping or for harvesting fruit and vegetables. This course is aimed at those who have not experienced willow work before, or who would like to improve on basic skills.

You will find basketry is full on, a lot of learning is packed into the two days. Patience and stamina is required and it is a fairly physical activity. Advice is given on selecting, sorting and preparing materials for use, as well as information on where to source your own.

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Booking T&Cs

For more information, please contact: crafted@dartington.org
Advance booking only
Course details subject to change
Please note: 25% of your course fee is non-refundable should you need to cancel your place

About the Craft Revolution

The Craft Revolution runs a vibrant programme of courses, projects, events and talks. It is a movement about making; a learning space, an ideas lounge, an action station. A story of ‘doing’ over ‘not doing’.

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Saturday 28th September
   


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The Dartington Experiment began in 1925 and was based on the idea that humans are many-sided – and how we need environments that encourage our whole being to flourish, in connection with nature and each other.

This idea is as true today is it ever was.