Crafting Corn




Crafting Corn

        Workshop Information

Workshops in Action 

Workshops can cater for groups of various sizes, all ages and abilities and can take place indoors or out

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Starter Project examples - Suitable for large groups with no previous experience

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Knotted Favour This uses a three straw hair plait

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HeartsVariations can be made with 1, 2 or 3 strands of 3 straw plait

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Friendship rings New plaits can be shaped to make these.

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Seasonal or birthday cards  Examples made from a festive group workshop

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Mobiles One shape, which can be used in a simple or complex design

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Heart Favours.  Making an ordinary bunch of flowers special and personal.

Example projects suitable for small groups

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Split straw starsA chance for individual creativity and design.  

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Crook A popular seasonal item for first time weavers learing spiral plaiting

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Welsh House Blessing Need good memory of sequences 

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Traditional drop dollySome experience of plaiting is advised before tackling these

Workshops can also operate on a 'Drop In Basis

Workshop such as these aim to cater for everyone, regardless of age and experience.  They can be great fun and are a wonderful social activity.

Children/Young People - Examples of an individual idea or a group idea - working alone or working together

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Handling straw for the very youngest

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A creative straw project suitable for a junior class

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A young Girl Guide (year 6) concentrates on plait making

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A shared experience fostering co-operation and developing communication skills

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A n item such as a pajakai is particularly suitable for a large group working collaboratively.