Join us for a workshops where you will learn how to make your very own drum lampshade
This class is perfect for beginners who want to learn the craft of contemporary lampshade making. You’ll learn how to apply the lampshade PVC to get the best out of your fabric, how to attach the rings and create neat rolled edges, amongst a variety of other techniques. You will either make a 20cm or 30cm diameter fabric lampshade which can be used on a lamp base or ceiling pendant. By the end of the workshop you will get to go home with your very own bespoke lampshade and will have all the skills to create many more beautiful shades!
Ticket cost includes all tools for the class apart from fabric, which you will need to bring along with you (ironed if possible)
Your fabric will need to be one of the following,For a 20cm size lampshade you will need a 75cm x 25cm piece of fabricFor a 30cm size lampshade you will need a 110cm x 30cm piece of fabric
We recommend using a light to medium weight fabric, either a cotton, poly cotton or a linen/cotton mix. If you have any questions about fabric then do get in touch
You can either book onto a specific date or buy a voucher for the workshop, which can be used within a year of purchase.
LOCATION: The workshops take place in my working studio in Hove. Albert Mews Studio - 11 Albert Mews, Third Avenue, Hove, BN3 2PP from 10am - 12.30pm
DURATION: Lampshade making workshops take place every 4-6 weeks. They last for three hours and are typically on Saturdays from 10am- 1pm. This will be confirmed at the time of booking.
VOUCHER: A printed gift voucher will be delivered to your address once your order has been placed
HOW TO BOOK: Contact information for booking a place on this experience will be provided on your voucher.
VALIDITY PERIOD: Voucher holders must book and redeem their place on the experience within 12 months of the order date.
I can also put on fairy lights making parties or private classes in my lovely working studio in Hove. To find out more information about these then do get in touch!