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Babies' Booties or Slippers Workshop for £26 at London Textiles Studio (57% Off)

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In a Nutshell

  • Learn how to make babies' booties or slippers
  • Three-hour workshop on Thursday or Sunday
  • Choice of fabrics and colours
  • All materials provided
  • Studio near Bow Church DLR Station

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Validity: Expires 27 September 2013.
Purchase: Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts.
Redemption: Booking required by phone or email: Classes subject to availability and demand. 48-hour cancellation policy.
Further information: Valid at Bow (E3 2SJ) location only. Valid Thu 6pm-9pm or Sun 2pm-5pm. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Designs are for children's shoes or babies' booties. Booties suitable for babies of up to 18 months old. Fabric and equipment provided. Additional fabrics may be purchased on the day for a supplement. Classes take place in groups of 6-10. Original value verified 20 June 2013 at 11:02am.
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Taking a hands-on approach to teaching arts and crafts, London Textiles Workshop nimbly assembles a colourful patchwork of workshops. A three-hour session teaches students how to design a pair of shoes from a selection of fabrics and colours. Participants may decide on a pair of Mary Janes or vintage-style booties for the little ones.

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Groupon finds out what goes on behind the seams at the London Textiles Studios and discovers that textiles can be for everyone.

Who are the studios' workshops aimed at?
There is a wide and varied range of workshops that are aimed at both children and adults. Some of the studios' workshops are specifically tailored for schools, while there are other classes designed for adults with learning difficulties.

What is on offer besides learning how to make children's shoes?
As well as shoe making, London Textiles Studios offers workshops in dressmaking, screen printing, crochet, wet felting and Devore scarf making. All workshops leave customers with a finished product to take home.

Is there anything else that shoe making workshop students need to know?
Although all necessary equipment and some embellishments are provided, students are welcome to purchase other fabrics for extra customisation. Workshops are led by shoe maker Magdalena Konon whose shop, Walk Unique, specialises in baby moccasins.

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