What sets these sessions apart is their spontaneity – you won’t know what you’ll be making till you arrive on the day. Each event is an hour long and in that time you’ll create something to take away with you, no matter what your skill level. The first few workshop activities have included jewellery making, personalised mugs and drawstring bags and machine-stitched notebook covers.
Founder and owner of Homemade London, Nicola Barron, says, “It’s a pleasant, intimate evening with a party spirit. People love the sense of mystery and the workshops provide instant gratification as you come away with something you’ve made with your very own hands. It’s a 60-minute session, so it’s not fullon, either.”
Nicola is very hush-hush about what the coming workshops will entail, so we can’t give you any clues, but each week there is a different activity and theme, and dates for future sessions are only released a couple of weeks in advance.
What started off as an experiment, Nicola says, has turned into something quite popular. “On the whim, I just posted on our website that we’d be doing a few mystery workshops and within two days they were fully booked. It’s great because we can trial new craft techniques – we even test new cocktail recipes so people get drinks, and they come away with something they’ve made.”
A mid-week pick-me-up, and something to take home and show off to our friends? We’re in. Find out more and book a place here.
By Kavi Shah