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Stag and Bow crafts classes in London
crafts classes in London
Top Obby Teacher
Stag and Bow crafts classes in London
crafts classes in London

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Stag and Bow

8 reviews
8 reviews

Stag and Bow was set up in 2010 by founders Pascale and Cyrus, as a celebration of sharing skills, stories, knowledge, and all things handmade. As well as running a stunning shop in Forrest Hill, Stag and Bow also provide informative, fun and inspiring craft and textile workshops.

Cyrus is a specialist woodworker and designer with great experience in a variety of design disciplines, with strong focus on the "poetic" side of materials and how people can relate to them. Similarly, Pascale is in her element when she is making, fully immersing herself in the textile world.

Through these workshops, Pascale and Cyrus are able to pass on their collected wealth of experience of the textile trade. Their meticulous choice of materials and infectious attention to detail is passed on to the students as they seek to further their own craft!

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Crafts

Sewing

Floristry

Other Crafts Classes

Knitting

Upcycling

Woodworking

Crochet

Art

Calligraphy

Bookbinding

Drawing

Embroidery

Paper

Reviews(8)View all reviews

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Sarah
11 Feb
Excellent workshop with a good structure and fantastic teacher. The venue was also lovely and inspired creativity. We even got a drink and some biscuits!
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Sarah
15 Apr
Really good class, fantastic teacher and lovely venue!
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Ana
30 Sep
The instructor Linda was lovely and very patient. Class is a very good size, meaning you’ll get enough attention and support. I recommend :)
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Keni
25 Jun
Great class! Want to get out and buy my own equipment now.

Reviews

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Sarah
11 Feb
Excellent workshop with a good structure and fantastic teacher. The venue was also lovely and inspired creativity. We even got a drink and some biscuits!
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Sarah
15 Apr
Really good class, fantastic teacher and lovely venue!
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Ana
30 Sep
The instructor Linda was lovely and very patient. Class is a very good size, meaning you’ll get enough attention and support. I recommend :)
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Keni
25 Jun
Great class! Want to get out and buy my own equipment now.
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Hannah
5 Jul
We really enjoyed this class. Adamina and Adrian demonstrated the techniques really clearly and were always on hand to correct errors or answer questions, meaning that everyone made quick progress and produced something they were proud of. I’ve been to classes where the teacher spends half the time talking about themselves and boasting about their expertise, but Adamina and Adrian didn’t talk about themselves at all and didn’t need to. Their work (as displayed on a table in the room) spoke for itself and all they cared about was helping people get the best result they could in the time available. No egos or marketing, just two expert craftsmen/women with a knack for teaching.
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Giulietta
17 Apr
Gorgeous venue and great class. I left totally relaxed and excited to explore weaving.
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Zoe
8 Oct
The venue for the workshop is in the cellar. It was freezing. One of the ladies in the shop apologised that she had not put the heating on until the workshop started. I had to leave after 45 minutes as my hands were too cold. I had a thick sweatshirt on and two other layers. The tube was warmer than the room. I was the only person to attend. The teaching aspect was over in fifteen minutes with the teacher showing things she had found on the internet. The selection of beads was very poor. Mostly cheap beads and only brown swarski ones (expensive). I was given one ball of £5.99 wool. The patterns were extremely old fashioned. Just typed on A4 paper and some old graph paper. Really strange as the tutor has written a book so I e pelted it to be much more professional. The venue may be good on a very hot day. The shop above looked as though it had interesting things but I was too cold to stay and look!
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Sarah
26 Sep
Really good class in lovely environment