Woolly Wednesday

Adults' Arts & Craft Classes

Class Details

(4 customer reviews)

Class Name: Woolly Wednesday
Length of Session: 2.5 hours

Booking Info

No need to book - just drop in and pull up a chair!

Woolly Wednesday happens twice a week at StraightCurves, funnily enough, both on Wednesdays!

Our morning session is 10am – 12.30pm and our evening session is 6.30 – 9pm.

There’s no need to book – just come along with whatever project you’re currently working on.

It doesn’t have to be a woolly project either – we have people who come along to draw, hand-sew and cross-stitch, as well as weaving, knitting and crochet.

The only rule is that nothing is too messy or noisy (no sewing machines or painting please) – it gets in the way of our chatting!

Please note that this isn’t a taught session – if you need help with something, our Crochet Clinics can help.

Woolly Wednesdays cost

£2.50 for Creative Club Members

£3.00 for Gold Card Holders

£3.50 for Non-Members

and all these prices include your cuppas and biscuits!

4 reviews for Woolly Wednesday

  1. Rosie Timperley

    A very sociable group that meets weekly on Wednesday’s and folk bring their current crafty project – sewing, knitting, crochet, patchwork – to name some and craft and chat. Share advice and exchange ideas as well as enjoy time together. Some crafters go to both morning and evening, others do just one or the other. Drinks and biscuits usually made and brought to us by Jo. Great way to meet new friends and relax as well as craft.

  2. Donna Gabbitas

    A great sociable and friendly group. I really enjoy going and catching up with new friends I’ve made and having a whole 2 and half hours to craft. I go to the morning group and find it very welcoming.

  3. Jo Umney

    Love Woolly Wednesdays. I’ve made so many good friends in the years I’ve been going. Sometimes I go twice, morning and evening! If you ever get stuck with your project there’s always someone in the group to help you out. I’ve learned so much more too going to Straightcurves. Pottery, Jumping Clay, sewing/quilting projects, weaving, rag-rug flowers , Art Journalling to name but a few. It is such a friendly place, if you haven’t already, you should try it.

  4. Gwyneth

    Set aside time for your current craft project and get new ideas from what others are doing and news of where to buy craft supplies online and in person.

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