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Don't miss our Feb & March Monthly Makes! #ChapelArts

#ChapelArts Monthly Make for 1st Feb 2021:

The next monthly make will be a 40 minute session from 4pm on Monday 1st February 2021.


Create some 3D felt hearts for someone you love whilst learning the art of needle felting. Debi will take you through the process step by step via the zoom platform. The finished hearts could be used in a variety of ways to bring your loved ones a special message.....


A needle felting kit will need to be sent out to you beforehand so please ensure you book asap to allow time for this. The cost of the kit will be £10 for 20gms merino wool tops, felting needles, a tool/handle, a piece of foam and postage.


The session is suitable for people 10 yrs and above.


To book your place & receive zoom details please contact Debi at: debiretallick@googlemail.com or DM Debi.


There is no set charge for the workshop itself, please make a donation to the Chapel Project to support the ongoing outreach and community projects. Donate Here thank you




#ChapelArts Monthly Make for 9th March 2021:

Artists in residence Debi & Jono Retallick host a 'monthly make' fundraising event for The Chapel, Ash Vale.


Due to the coronavirus we are now doing this via 'zoom'.

The March monthly make will be a 60 minute session from 4pm on Tuesday 9th March 2021.


Debi will take you through the process of creating a wire armature and hand building with paper to create a Bird form. Paper mache techniques will be demonstrated to enable participants to carry on with their sculpture after the online session.

A kit will need to be sent out to you beforehand so please ensure you book asap to allow time for this.


The cost of the kit will be £6 for a roll of masking tape, florist wire, newspaper & tissue paper and a glue recipe which can be made at home. ( inclusive of postage. )

The session is suitable for people 11yrs and above.


To book your place & receive zoom details please contact Debi at: debiretallick@googlemail.com or DM Debi.


There is no set charge for the workshop itself, please make a donation to the Chapel Project to support the ongoing outreach and community projects. Donate Here thank you

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