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Christmas Napkins Block Printing Workshop at Camus House

27 Curragh Road, Coleraine, Derry/Londonderry, BT51 3RY
Image shows a reindeer stencil and a piece of cloth with a stamped image
  • Image shows a reindeer stencil and a piece of cloth with a stamped image
  • Image shows a two story house set in a garden with green grass and trees
  • Image shows a stencil being used to stamp a blue pattern on a piece of cloth


Join Jenna from Sychar's Well for a festive, creative and experimental morning block printing your own set of Christmas-themed napkins, at Camus House, one of the most beautiful and historic homes in the country.

Our workshop will run from 10.30am until 2pm. After some warming festive mulled punch to kick-start the morning, the workshop will begin with participants learning about pattern making, and will spend some time experimenting with Jenna's own handcut Christmas-themed blocks to create your own unique pattern. After learning printing techniques and test printing on paper, you will hand print your own unique pattern on a set of four fine cotton napkins which you can take home and treasure- but importantly, which can be used every year at festive meals.

Guests will be provided with festive refreshments during the workshop: scones infused with the sweet flavours of Christmas, mince pies, gingerbread and tea & coffee.

Guests' seating for the workshop will be split between the homely kitchen and the cook's quarters at Camus House.

This workshop is suitable for complete beginners.

*After purchasing, please email to inform of any dietary requirements, should you have any.

**If you should need to request a refund, notification must be made 7 days prior to the workshop, otherwise participants who cannot attend may transfer their ticket to a friend.

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