Classes and the Woolpatch

There is one long list of all our current classes.  To make it easier to find what you want we have colourised the craft. 

Knitting = Pink | Crochet = Blue | Sewing/Patchwork = Green 
Weaving = Yellow | Lampshade Making = Orange | Cyanotype Printing = Navy
Arm Knitting workshop at The Woolpatch

Cost: £ 30.00
A bespoke class has been arranged. Arrange yours now - contact us!

Learn to make the Cathedral Window Block and then turn it into a table runner.

Cost: £ 20.00
Make a heart Christmas hanging decoration. Using simple embroidery techniques.

Cost: £ 20.00
Learn to make the Christmas Tree Block. You can then turn this into a table runner or a quilt.

Cost: £ 15.00
A social session on a Saturday at the Scout Hut in Long Melford!

Cost: £ 7.00
Make a little felt brooch using felt and beads and learn to do the blanket stitch to finish.

Cost: £ 20.00
Learn how to finish a garment and sew it up and learn specific sewing up techniques.

Cost: £ 25.00
Want to do more things with your machine? Not sure which foot or stitch to use? These sessions will be perfect then. We can help you get more confident with stitching and using your machine.

Cost: £ 25.00
Learn to Knit in 3 classes! Sign up to individual lessons or all 3 and learn to knit!

Cost: £ 20.00
Learn to make a simple needle keeper case to keep all your needles and pins in!

Cost: £ 20.00
Join us to make this easy octagonal table centre from squares, half and quarter triangles.

Cost: £ 20.00
What does the Skill Level Mean on each class?

As you know Baabara is our wonderful Woolpatch mascot and is the logo of our shop.  We use Baabara to show the skill level required in order to take each class. As you can imagine, trying to teach a class where students are all at different skill levels can result in students not getting value for money. Therefore we try to make it clear what skill level is needed for each class so similar progress can be made together and everyone can complete.  
Baabara not showing at all (greyed out) = Any skill level is welcome.

Classes rated with 1 Baabara will be about learning the basic skills of that craft.  Holding a knitting needle for example, how to stitch two pieces of fabric together and make a seam etc.

2 Baabaras = there is some skill already there.  For example, maybe you can knit and pearl but that's it. Maybe you can chain stitch in crochet.  Classes with a 2 Baabara rating tend to be about building on the basic skills you already posess in that craft.

3 Baabaras = classes with a 3 Baabara rating mean that you can go straight in and 'make something', presuming you have the skills in that craft. The tutor may build on your techniques to help you complete a project. 

4 Baabaras =  you are nearly an expert in the craft for this class.  This class helps you to learn expert techniques.  For example learning to do Fair Isle or learning to make a bag with pockets and lining. To take a class with 4 Baabaras you need to have a high level of skill in the craft already.

This is class for experts in the craft.