Bead ‘n’ Blether

Crafts Programme

A short break in the blethering for a Masterclass in cluster-bead-work with Tina – we are thinking statement necklaces – big and bold! Master-classes are part of our on-going commitment to our peer support groups through the Creative Steps programme. Job done! Blethering can re-commence! Great work!
Skills sharing from members of the group is another great way to try new techniques – thanks to Ellen for the Kumihimo technique – so many talents in this group!

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By Tina Kardasinska

  1. Hi Tina can you let me know of anymorning classes starting soon. You know I have Mutiple Scelrosis so I do get depressed from time to time. I spoke about The Portal when I did the Pain Management class and they had deard about you. This would be a great way for the people with pain. They wouldn’t think about the pain while making something could you have a think about how you could help us.
    Thanks jackie

    Comment by jackie owens on 29/09/2014 at 4:32 pm -

  2. Hi Jackie – the only morning class is the drop-in Peer Support Group, Bead ‘n’ Blether. It’s self-run by the group so anyone can come along and join in. The tutor lead class is called Time Out which runs every Tuesday afternoon 1-3. They are doing ceramics at the moment. Contact me if you are interested, or if beginners machine sewing interests you. Tina

    Comment by Tina Kardasinska on 30/09/2014 at 3:52 pm -

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