Cambridgeshire

Hello! The Crafty Hen holds fun craft workshops across the UK. You and your group can enjoy one of our wonderful crafty workshops, at you choice of location. We are a mobile service, so come to you. Don’t worry, If you don’t have anywhere suitable though, we can still help; We work with a range of specially chosen venues right across the UK where we can host your session, many of these places also enable you to enjoy something fizzy or an afternoon tea if you like…Mmmm.

All our sessions are designed to be fun and creative and there is something to suit everyone, novice or expert crafter alike. We provide expert tuition, all the materials and equipment needed, and can tailor the session around your requirements. Come and have a look at our workshop options; which include knicker customiastion, fascinator making, bunting, garter making, the difficult bit is choosing which one! Get in touch if you would like to discuss your requirements with us.

Sarah

Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful. - William Morris This is so true, I make beautiful things to make me happy and to know that they are exclusively mine. I make things for other people so that they might think of me and the love we share whenever they look at those things. Making something is like creating love, that you can touch. Celebrating pending nuptials by making something with your hands with those that you love is the perfect Hen Party. And if your drinking whilst you're doing it, then the marriage cannot fail!!

Rachel

I have been teaching for several years now, along side running my craft business. I find working with Hen groups by far the most enjoyable and fun! It's great to be part of such a special day where everyone is in the mood for a celebration!

Hanne

I think it's great that you can do workshops from the comfort of a sofa with cups of tea and chatting to your friends,what else could you ask for?

Scarlett

I love helping people realise their inner creativity, even when they think they don't have any - they always do!
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