Holly Dennett is one of the largest sewing inspiration online content creators, with over 126 thousand followers. She inspires and educates the home sewing community by sharing her makes and sewing tutorials on Instagram, YouTube, and her blog / website.
Are you interested in making new connections with people who share your passion?
Come along and meet up with other craft enthusiasts, have a chat, and share ideas at a Co-Crafter’s Community Session this Spring at the NEC – there’s no better way to find new inspiration!
Please book your session by filling in the form below. Spaces are limited so please fill out a separate form for each attendee.
We look forward to meeting you soon.
The Lace Guild will have displays of lace showing the many types of lace craft. They are working hard to keep this beautiful craft alive and will be sharing live demonstrations and ‘have-a-go pillows for members of the public to try their hand at making bobbin lace themselves. Younger visitors are always welcome to the stand too.
The WI is a charity aimed at the education of women. Under this banner we cover the whole range of crafts offering courses and workshops throughout the year with opportunities for women to make new friends, learn new skills and to develop skills you already have. Members are part of the largest women’s organisation in Great Britain and are non-political and non-sectarian. Members include women of all ages, backgrounds and interests.
The Ring of Tatters promotes the craft of tatting. They publish a newsletter twice a year; maintain a library and a website. Although based in the UK they have members around the world and anyone is welcome to join!
The Quilters’ Guild is an educational charity open to all. The guild promotes quilt-making in all its forms across the UK and the preservation of its heritage in order to ensure a future for the craft.
Sewology offers social classes and workshops in dressmaking, tailoring, corsetry, lingerie and millinery. They also now teach pattern cutting, quilting and patchwork. Based on Bromyard, Sewology takes small classes of up to six students, all in a beautiful setting.
For Helen, as for a lot of people, crafting takes her away from ‘real life’ and allows her to be creative, in the present moment, appreciating the here and now. Helen is privileged to share this with participants of her workshops.