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Crafternoon: Japanese Cut & Make, £40

Debbie Bryan, 18 St. Mary's Gate, Lace Market, Nottingham, NG1 1PF
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Crafternoon: Japanese Cut & Make, £40

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5.30pm – 8pm: Japanese Cut & Make, £40

Create stunning, sculptural clothes in this creative approach to Japanese pattern cutting. Learn how to use geometric shapes to hand-cut a personal fit in paper before adding seams and building on your fabric from a specialist selection of techniques. Follow grain lines and fold to create a beautiful, wearable piece of fashion.

All materials are provided with a perfect helping of tea, coffee & cake + tea cup cosmopolitan!
Book during opening hours on 0115 9507776 or email shop@debbiebryan.co.uk

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  • Groups Accepted
  • Indoor Event
  • On-Site café/restaurant
  • Workshop

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  • Shop

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  • In Market Town
  • In town/city centre

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  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

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  • Wi-fi available

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