SEYA London, a collaboration of HookedOnCrochet.net and Selanfelt is presenting a new workshop in Eltham, using needle felting and crochet:
Bring a little more glamour to your Easter decorations and make these Fun (Faberge) Easter Eggs. Go here for more information and/ or booking your ticket.
Did you know?
A Fabergé egg is one of a limited number of jeweled eggs created by Peter Carl Fabergé and his company between 1885 and 1917. After being commissioned to create an Easter egg for the royal family of Russia in 1885, the Imperials liked the result so much that further eggs were commissioned each year. Fabergé produced one egg per year for Tsar Alexander and then two per year after Nicholas II was crowned. Each egg took a year or more to make. Source: justfunfacts.com