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Handcraft courses and workshops available in Byron Bay and Mullumbimby

Release your creativity by exploring the exciting and wide-ranging world of handcrafts.

Learn something new with an introduction to a craft, or develop your artistic skills through one of our engaging short courses or workshops.

From fabric to clay, metal to mosaic, try your hand at an array of handcrafts with Byron Community College.

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Henna - Sacred Body Art

Henna - Sacred Body Art

This workshop will show you how to create your own beautiful henna designs and introduce you to the sacred body art of henna. You will learn about the different styles of henna from around the world and have the opportunity to practice your skills with pre-prepared organic materials. Additional materials $20. What to bring $20 to pay tutor Henna kits can be be purchased on the day Own refreshments Feedback from Past Students “The information on how to make Henna was amazing - I... [More]

This course has no current classes. Please the waiting list.

Basket Weaving

Basket Weaving

Learn how to create beautiful baskets using natural fibres from plants that grow around us. You will learn how to recognise, gather and prepare local plants for weaving then be shown basic weaving techniques. This is a great way for people to come together and share their creative ideas. It’s fun and very relaxing, but be warned, it’s addictive! Additional materials $15. What to bring Bring a mat or cushion to sit on $15 for materials to the tutor Lunch/refreshments Feedback from... [More]

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Create A Beautiful Handmade Journal  - Book Binding - Online Class

Create A Beautiful Handmade Journal - Book Binding - Online Class

Create a personalised, handmade journal or sketchbook as we re-discover the art of Coptic bookbinding, one of the oldest bookbinding techniques. This one day course will give you the skills to make your own beautiful journals at home, ideal for all those special musings, art journals or treasured gifts. What to bring 1 A4 pad of watercolour paper/ or mixed media paper 25 sheets approx 200 gsm Two pieces A4 thick cardboard, called box board. We can stick cereal packets together to... [More]

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Leadlighting For Beginners

Leadlighting For Beginners

Come and indulge yourself in the incredible beauty that is stained glass. Perhaps you would like to convert a plain window, or make a feature out of that dull door. Learn the traditional techniques of leadlighting and create your own exquisite panel to take home. Additional materials $55. What to bring Writing materials Wear old clothes and covered shoes $55 fee for the tutor for materials Feedback from Past Students “Great course for beginners. Reallly opens your eyes to the... [More]

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Mosaic For Beginners

Mosaic For Beginners

Mosaic is a timeless, beautiful art form that stretches back thousands of years and is used all over the world. In this course you will create two beautiful artworks to take home – using two completely different mosaic techniques. You will learn about functionality and expression as two drivers for mosaic creation, and will explore how to work with a vast range of different mosaic tesserae. Additional materials $40. What to bring An apron You must have covered shoes $40 to pay... [More]

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Soapmaking For Beginners

Soapmaking For Beginners

Home-made soap is the most ethical and gentle soap you can get, because you know what is going into it! This hands-on course will give you the skills and knowledge to safely make your own natural, sustainable soaps at home. You will learn the alchemy and art of soapmaking from an experienced local ‘soaper’ who will take you through safety, chemistry, practical demonstration and step-by-step how to make your own cold-process soap with your choice of extras. The finished product – a... [More]

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Pattern Making for Beginners

Pattern Making for Beginners

This course is designed so that you will understand how to take measurements, apply them to a BODY BLOCK, then use this information for pattern alterations and to create better fitting clothes. We will also explore how to copy and make a pattern from an existing garment. This is a great course for those wanting to learn the basics. What to bring Pen, pencil, eraser, pencil sharpener, 20 page display folder, Tape measure, L square and/or French curve (metric) Pattern making paper... [More]

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Hand Made Paper And Binding

Hand Made Paper And Binding

Create beautiful handmade paper that can be used to add that special touch to a card, letter, invitation or book. We will also be covering the process of Japanese stab binding so you can bind your own pages to make a book or journal. In this fun, hands on workshop we use recycled office waste paper and add plants, flowers, raw cotton, embossing and colour to transform it into your own stunning creation. The ideas are endless. FROM A SMALL SEED, AN AMAZING FLOWER CAN BLOOM that is... [More]

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Chenille Chunky Wool Blanket

Chenille Chunky Wool Blanket

Come make this gorgeous soft warm Chenille Chunky Wool throw Blanket. No knitting experience needed. This blanket can be completed in one session. Size will depend on how tight or loose you want to knit your blanket.Great for watching TV or putting on the end of your bed. What to bring Refreshments Important information Once your enrolment is completed you will receive a confirmation email. This email will be your receipt and inform you of the dates, time and venue of your course,... [More]

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Printing On Fabric Using Block Prints And Stamps

Printing On Fabric Using Block Prints And Stamps

In this hands-on two day course, you will learn a variety of methods to produce Block prints onto fabrics, using traditional and innovative, modern techniques. Learn how to turn your own drawings and ideas into printable motifs, suitable for stamp-printing. In addition, you will be taught how to carve a lino block, and a rubber stamp, to print onto fabrics, tshirts, table-cloths, napkins, tote bags etc. This is the perfect medium to up-cycle your wardrobe, and breathe new life into... [More]

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