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LearningWithExperts: Online gardening, photography & antiques courses taught by best-selling authors.

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Whether you’re a complete beginner or a dealer, you’ll get a unique grounding in the history of ceramics from Lars Tharp - author, museum director and curator and regular on the Antiques Roadshow. Lars...more

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i made it crafts Online course
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Colourful Polymer Clay Aimed at complete beginners this class is designed to introduce you to Polymer Clay and show you how easy it is to combine colours and shapes to create kaleidoscope-like...more

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Depden Farm Shop and Training
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The pizza oven is made from mud and straw and is great fun to make! Building a clay pizza oven is both empowering and fun – the oven will give you and your family good service throughout the summer and...more

Duration: 1 day

Weekend

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Monika's PaperMagic
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the students will learn how to create unique 3D shapes only using paper. we will cover folding techniques and craft ideas from traditional Japanese designs. i will provide handouts and materials with the...more

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Fashioning your own pots, cups, vessels and ornaments using a squishy, squashy material called clay can be one of the most satisfying past times to take up. So, if you want to make like Demi Moore in Ghost (throwing pottery on a potter's wheel...

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Becoming skilled in the art of pottery can be tricky business – just ask Patrick Swayze. It’s intricate work that takes knack, concentration, and creativity. But even those who consider themselves professional potters know that everyone will have a...

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