Monday, 18 November 2013

Coming up: Narnia Night Tuesday 26th November 2013

Illustration by Sal Hughson, and Matthew Lee
Brrrrrrr! We're feeling cold, but we're not going to let that stop us crafting! We are ending the year with a winter wonderland themed Narnia Night, inspired by C S Lewis' fantasy tale.

As ever the Attic will be like a wardrobe into another world, where you can cut, stick, colour, stitch and knit away with other friendly creative peeps. Come and join us! 


SNOW QUEEN TREE DECORATIONS


Local textile artist, baker and author Alison Beadnell will be showing you how to make a seasonal decoration that you can hang around your home, on your Christmas tree or perhaps on yourself, snow queen style?

ASLAN POM POMS

Could this be the cutest workshop ever! We fell in love with these lion pom poms on the Mr Printables website and will be showing you how to make some of your own. 

WOOLLY WOODLAND FINGER PUPPETS

Image by RainDrop Stops
If you thought the lion pom-poms were cute, check out these beauties! Make little woodland puppets inspired by the character's you would find living in Narnia to help you tell your own magical tales.
PLEASE NOTE WE HAVE LIMITED COLOURS IN OUR FELT STASH SO IF YOU HAVE FELT LYING AROUND AT HOME PLEASE BRING ALONG AND SHARE! 

KUMIHIMO BRAIDING
Make Escape regular Louise Reed can often be seen braiding in the Attic! This month she's sharing the intricacies of the artform and will be showing you how to make braids that can be turned into jewellery, keyrings or used in your gift wrapping.

PLUS we'll have a heap of seasonal collage corner projects,  make a start on your Christmas cards, bring along your own projects to work on, learn to knit with our in-house knitting gurus or just come and hang out with us.

Back behind the decks with month are the wonderful Spinning Yarns Djs and as usual we've got our own bar.

See you there!

The Make Escape present Narnia Night, Hackney Attic, 270 Mare Street, London, E8 (nearest stations London Fields, Hackney Central and Hackney Downs) 

Entry and taking part is free but we always welcome material donations for everyone to share.


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