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Get Crafty at our markets this week - full workshop program details & shopping inspiration

Screen Printing / Felt Flag Making / Card Making / Pajaki Chandeliers / Live Portraits / Lettering Workshops
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This week we have 3 markets happening across London and there are some fantastic craft workshops for you to get involved with at all of these events.

Whether you want to handmake a very special Christmas gift, learn new skills or just spend a lovely few hours treating yourself to some crafty time, we have a packed schedule for you to choose from!


Thurs 8 Dec - Museum Of London, Docklands
4pm-9pm

Molu Designs will be holding a drop-in Lettering workshop where you can create and paint your very own funky Alphabet/numeral tile which you get to keep, £5.

There will also be a drop-in craft workshop from Ladybird Likes where you can make your own personalised felt flag with a motto of your choice, £7.

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Sat 10 & Sun 11 Dec - Bussey Building, Peckham, 11am-5pm.
 

Screen printing workshop with Portable Print Studio where you can print your own t-shirt or tote bag, from £7, Sat, drop in.

Card making workshop with Alice Tams from Birds In Hats, decorate your very own card with an array of felt tips, crayons and glitter. Sat & Sun, drop-in, £3.

Make a beautiful Pajaki Chandelier in the Bobbin & Bow all day workshop, Sat & Sun, £70, book your place here.

Fantastic illustrator Viktorija from Andsmile will be doing live portraits, Sat & Sun, drop-in, £20.

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Peckham Sat 10 Dec - Peckham Sun 11 Dec

 

 
Sat 10 & Sun 11 Dec - Boxpark Shoreditch, 11am-4pm.

Molu Designs will be holding a lettering workshop where she will guide you in creating fun, bold typographic signs. Sat 10 Dec, £35, 1 hour 30 minutes session, 9.30 - 11am, all materials included. Limited places available, to book please click here.
 

Join Georgia Bosson for a screen printing workshop where you can design and print your own tote-bag or tea towel. Sun 11 Dec, £20 - 1 hour 30 minutes session, 9.30 - 11am. Limited places available, to book please click here.

See the full trader listings by clicking here.

 

 

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