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27/01/2018 Intermediate Crewelwork 'Garden Bird'
- Hampton Court
(Code 3337)
Days Tutor Places Price
2 Helen Richman available £186.50
[Course cost: £155.00 - Required kit cost: £31.50 ]
10/03/2018 Introduction to Crewelwork: 'Hummingbird'
- Hampton Court
(Code 3327)
Days Tutor Places Price
1 Sarah Smith available £105.50
[Course cost: £80.00 - Required kit cost: £25.50 ]
18/03/2018 Crewelwork Lamb
- Hampton Court
(Code 3331)
Days Tutor Places Price
1 Lizzy Pye (Lansberry) available £105.00
[Course cost: £80.00 - Required kit cost: £25.00 ]
18/03/2018 Introduction to Jacobean Crewelwork: 'Leaf'
- Glasgow
(Code G3407)
Days Tutor Places Price
1 Helen Jones available £105.00
[Course cost: £80.00 - Required kit cost: £25.00 ]
22/04/2018 Introduction to Jacobean: 'Flora'
- Hampton Court
(Code 3347)
Days Tutor Places Price
1 Lizzy Pye (Lansberry) available £102.50
[Course cost: £80.00 - Required kit cost: £22.50 ]
19/05/2018 Intermediate Crewelwork:'Strawberry Thief'
- Rugby
(Code R3418)
Days Tutor Places Price
2 Nicola Jarvis available £215.00
[Course cost: £155.00 - Required kit cost: £60.00 ]
23/06/2018 Balenciaga Inspired Crewelwork
- Rugby
(Code R3420)
Days Tutor Places Price
1 Angela Bishop available £105.00
[Course cost: £80.00 - Required kit cost: £25.00 ]
28/07/2018 Crewelwork Monograms: 'Floral Monogram
- Hampton Court
(Code 3387)
Days Tutor Places Price
1 Lizzy Pye (Lansberry) available £105.00
[Course cost: £80.00 - Required kit cost: £25.00 ]
20/08/2018 Embellished Crewelwork:'Blossom Wood'
- Rugby
(Code R3422)
Days Tutor Places Price
5 Nicola Jarvis available £562.00
[Course cost: £380.00 - Required kit cost: £182.00 ]

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