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Courses at Audlem Mill

29th October 2009 @ 7:07am – by Peter and Christine Silvester
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There's an amazing range of courses being held at Audlem Mill most weekends until April. You can enjoy a sociable time learning a new skill. How's this for a choice:

  • 31 Oct/1 Nov: Boat Fender Making
  • 7/8 Nov: Traditional Boatwomen's Bonnets
  • 1-0 Nov: Spinning with Spindles or Wheels
  • 14 Nov: Knitting for Beginners
  • 15 Nov: Make a Teddy Bear
  • 28 Nov: Bobbin Lace for Christmas
  • 29 Nov: Cross Stitch
  • 5 Dec: Rag Rugging
  • 27 Feb: Canal Boatmen's Spiderweb Belts
  • 28 Feb: Boat Cabin Crochet
  • 6/7 Mar: Boat Fender Making
  • 9 Mar: Bobbin Lace
  • 13 Mar: Rag Rugging
  • 14 Mar: Jewellery Workshop
  • 20 Mar: Latch Hook Rug-making
  • 27 Mar: Peg Loom Weaving
  • 28 Mar: Cross Stitch
  • 15 Apr: Spinning with Spindles or Wheels
  • 17/18 Apr: Traditional Boatwomen's Bonnets
  • 24 Apr: Rag Rugging
Full details of the course subjects are available from the Mill, or by ringing 811059, or from www.audlemmill.co.uk. Audlem Mill is also open to suggestions for course subjects – please ring.

Unless otherwise stated, they are aimed at beginners with an interest in the particular craft, and you should leave at the end of the course reasonably proficient. You will normally take away with you some finished work that you have created yourself during the course.

In addition, you can take advantage of our course discount – 10% off any of the wide range of products on sale at Audlem Mill on the day (except stamps).

Most courses are held on a Saturday or Sunday, but we can arrange mid-week or weekend courses for groups or societies, on request. Courses normally start at 10.00 and end at 4.00, with regular refreshments, and a break for a good lunch.


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