Christmas Stocking Workshop

@ Re-styled by St Oswald’s Hospice

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21 November 2017

5-7pm

£25 per person

Get creative this Christmas and join the Re-styled by St Oswald’s Hospice upcycling experts to learn how to make your own homemade, fully-lined festive stocking. Take your decoration home and hang it with pride from your mantle or tree!

Plus, will all profits going towards supporting St Oswald’s Hospice, you’ll have a fabulously festive time for a good cause while taking interiors inspiration at the boutique’s unique environment.

All attendees will also receive a special discount voucher at the workshop for their next purchase from Re-styled’s ever-changing collection of beautifully bespoke, handcrafted homewares.

Recommended for age 12+, you’ll need to know the basics of using a sewing machine for this workshop, but all tools and materials are provided on the day.

Spaces are limited and must be pre-booked with a non-refundable 50% deposit made in person or by phone. T: 0191 230 3184, email re-styled@stoswaldsuk.org, or pop in to the shop (open Monday-Saturday, 9am-4.30pm).

Find Re-styled on Facebook and Instagram by searching ‘Restyled St Oswald’s’, and join the conversation using #northeastupcyclers.

Venue
Unit 19
Eldon Garden Shopping Centre
Newcastle Upon Tyne
NE1 7RA

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