with Fay Jones
Saturday 23rd October 2021 | 10.00-16.00 | £80
Exploring plant and animal fibres through time, from the Pleistocene to the Present. Use local and farm foraged materials including nettle, elm, lime, deer and sheep. Learn how to prepare and ply fibres, manually making twine and the getting to grips with one of the most important technological revolutions of the Bronze Age, the drop spindle.
All tools, materials and light refreshments will be available but please bring a packed lunch.
This course is suitable for anyone from complete beginners.
Read more about Fay on the Cambridge Art Makers’ tutor page.
Please note that this course, our kitchen and toilets are on the first floor up 1 flight of stairs. If this is going to pose a problem for you please email us at [email protected]
Please note that we have strict guidelines in response to the covid-19 pandemic as outlined on our covid-19 guidelines page. You will have to agree to following these when you sign up to the course.