Tuesday, October 04, 2011

Make Do and Mend

As already featured at Brockley Central, Café Crema (306 New Cross Road) is hosting Make Do and Mend, a series of free Sunday afternoon knitting/crochet/embroidery and patchworking sessions, led by experts. Details are as follows:

Knitting: Sunday 0ct 9th, Nov 6th, Dec 4th -'Suitable for beginners and intermediate or those wanting to kick start a new or old project and get advice on specific knitting questions. Materials provided.

Crochet: Sunday Oct 16th, Oct 23rd, Oct 30th: 'Led by Dawna. Suitable for beginners. Three sessions to get you on the road to crochet, materials provided'.

Patchworking: Sunday Nov 27th, December 18th: 'Traditional hand sewn patchworking techniques: led by patchworking maker/ tutor and member of Brocolage collective, Dalston, Katherine May. Suitable for beginners and those with projects in progress.

'Sundays 2-4. café will be open from 2pm and close at 4.30. Bar and kitchens will be open for lunch, teas fair-trade and organic coffees and homemade cakes (including gluten free and vegan). We are also fully licensed. Accompanied children are welcome to join in'.

I last went down there last month during the Capital Growth Edible Open Gardens day. What is not immediately apparently from the New Cross Road is that behind the cafe there is a 'Secret Orchard', also featuring some good graffiti art.

No comments: