Easter workshop at LaVISh HAbiT in Balham

March 18, 2012 at 22:35 Leave a comment

We are fans of the lovely LaVISh HAbiT in Balham, home to fine cakes, the best coffee, vintage homewrares and a fabulous sense of style, so we were very excited when they asked us to host a workshop in their lovely cafe.  We will be bringing our collection of felts and fabrics, trims and buttons to show you how to make egg cosies using different patterns, from eggs, to bunnies and hens. For inspiration we will also bring our vintage easter collection of cards and decorations. And the £15 price includes 3 hours tuition materials and a slice of LaVISh cake and a cup of their rather good coffee. All of this takes place on Friday 30th March, a lovely way to start the easter holidays and the weekend. We will also have mini kits if you can’t stay the full 3 hours.

Easter Egg Cosy Workshop
LaVISh HAbiT, 75 Bedford Hill, Balham SW12 9HA
Friday 30th March 4pm to 7pm
Suitable for adults and children with a carer age 8 upwards.
Includes all materials, tutor and Lavish cake and coffee £15
Bookings in person at Lavish Habit, or email Gillian, or click on the Paypal button…
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