Get your creative juices flowing in Scarborough

Crafty and creative types will have the chance to create their own piece of braided jewellery in a Scarborough workshop led by world-class embroidery designer Aimee Betts.


Aimee Betts in her studio Photo: courtesy of artistThe workshop takes place at Woodend in Scarborough on Saturday 23 November between 10.30am – 1:30pm. Using cording, braiding, knotting and linking techniques inspired by Aimee’s work, you will take away at least one braided necklace, bracelet or keyring from the session and you can apply your new skills to create wearable adornments and accessories at home.

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Aimee’s work, which brings the traditions of embroidery to the forefront of contemporary design, is being exhibited as part of Make it Slow. In an exciting collaboration last year, she worked with DAKs on the design and production of hand-embroidered garments for their Spring/Summer 2013 Womenswear Collection which were shown on the runway at London Fashion Week.


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You can find out more about Aimee’s work and inspiration in this brilliant video on The One Forty website.

Places will be snapped up fast, so book soon if you’d like to take part in this special workshop by calling 01756 748529 or email [email protected].