Weave A Pointed Twill

@ Auckland Castle

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22 July 2017

10:00 am - 4:00 pm

£35 per person

Jan has over 25 years’ experience in the textile field working in Higher Education running a Constructed Textile Resource at University of Cumbria, formally Cumbria Institute of the Arts. She is well accustomed to getting the very best out of students having worked with BA and MA students studying Contemporary Applied Arts, so is now able to offer specialised weave courses for a wide range of abilities. Woven on a table loom there are a range weaving techniques will be used at workshops below and all are suitable for beginners.

Woven on a table loom there are a range weaving techniques will be used in this workshop, and it’s suitable for all beginners.

£35 per person

For more information or to book email bookings@aucklandcastle.org or call 01388 743 797.

While restoration working is ongoing the bookings line may not be continually manned however the answerphone is checked daily and if you leave a message along with your name and telephone number we will get back to you. 

All major credit/debit cards are accepted. 

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Auckland Castle
Bishop Auckland
County Durham
DL14 7NR

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