Come Bye & Craft is back! April was a huge success and we had a great turn out! Take a look at the pictures and maybe we'll see you next month?
Saturday 6th April 2019 12pm to 4pm We've already booked special guest Dorothy Ronaldson who will be demonstrating Free motion embroidery for all you sewing and crafting fans! Carry on reading to see what she will be demonstrating. As was the case in 2018 we will continue the format on the first Saturday of every month and will look forward to … Continue reading Come Bye & Craft is back!
I'm very excited to be going to the Spring Knitting and Stitching Show at Olympia on the first weekend in March. This means our first Come Bye and Craft will now be in April. Saturday 6th April 2019 12pm to 4pm We've already booked special guest Dorothy Ronaldson who will be demonstrating Free motion embroidery for all you … Continue reading Come Bye & Craft is back!
Here at The Woolpatch, we take our responsibility to promote physical and mental well-being very seriously. Being based in a rural area and working with people from a variety of age groups, we know how powerful the crafts we promote can be to help reduce isolation, increase inclusion and instil a sense of usefulness. The … Continue reading New Year, New Knit & Natter Sessions
Well....what a success our first Come Bye & Craft Saturday was! For those that didn't know, on Saturday September 1st 2018 we introduced 'Come Bye & Craft' a new social crafting afternoon on Saturdays at the scout hut in Long Melford. It was a wonderful 4 hours of crafting, relaxation and socialising in line with … Continue reading Come Bye & Craft Saturdays
The physical and mental health benefits of knitting and crocheting are well documented. Spending time with your favourite crafts can lower blood pressure, reduce depression and anxiety, slow the onset of dementia, distract from chronic pain and increase the sense of wellbeing. Here at The Woolpatch, we take our responsibility to promote physical and mental … Continue reading Here’s Rufus – ‘Come Bye & have a cuppa’