Book workshops now: Hole & Corner Makers Barn at Daylesford

Book workshops now: Hole & Corner Makers Barn at Daylesford

Hole & Corner is proud to present the inaugural Makers Barn at this weekend’s Summer Festival at Daylesford organic farm…

Join the Hole & Corner team this Saturday, 9th June, at Daylesford farm as we host a full day of inspiring workshops and demonstrations from some of the finest talents in British craftsmanship and design. It is the perfect opportunity to try out your hand in various crafts – from natural dyeing to leatherworking. There will be four workshop sessions from each of our makers across the day, with two sessions in the morning and two sessions in the afternoon.

Workshop places are now available for pre-booking through the links below:

BILL AMBERG STUDIO – LEATHER – SUNGLASSES CASE MAKING

ELEANOR BOLTON – TEXTILES – KNOTTED ROPE JEWELLERY

EMMA PEASCOD – GILDING – WATER GILDING BROOCHES WITH GOLD LEAF

KATHERINE MAY – TEXTILES – NATURAL DYEING FABRIC

STEPHANIE BUTTLE – CERAMICS – VARYING TECHNIQUES OF CLAY WORK

As well as the programme of workshops, the Makers Barn will also host live demonstrations across the day from Chisel & Vice’s Tobias Martin (wax sculpting) and respected furniture designers Chris Eckersley, Alex Hellum and Carl Clerkin, who will be practising the ancient craft of Bodging (chair building).

Alongside this hub of creativity and making, part of the barn will also be transformed into a gallery space, showcasing the new Cræftiga collection that was introduced at London Craft Week in May. Cræftiga is a major new talent search, aimed at unearthing the makers of the future. The works in the collection have been donated by the leading names in craft and design to support raising the fund for the prize and will be all available to purchase at the Summer Festival.

As well as the Hole & Corner Makers Barn, Daylesford will host a myriad of other events such as sheepdog demonstrations, garden tours and tastings of their delicious food.

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