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Women'sTextile Group

When

Where

Manchester Jewish Museum Learning Studio

Fee

Free!

Please note that this session will start a bit later than usual, at 4:30pm!

Do you want to join a new group, meet new people and learn new skills? Are you nifty with a needle or can spin a good yarn?

Our Women’s Textile group is a great place to make new friends and practice your textile craft. Working with different artists and guest speakers, the group works on a variety of creative projects.

This is a friendly, safe and welcoming group open to any self-identifying woman from any faith. It’s a great way learn new creative skills and meet other women. It’s completely free and no sewing experience necessary!

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Our Women’s Textile Group is FREE and open to any self-identifying women from any faith or background. We’ll provide refreshments and a friendly, safe and welcoming space.

We kindly ask you to book online if possible, but if you’re unsure how to do it don’t worry – just come along and we’ll book you in on the day!

For more information please email dara@manchesterjewishmuseum.com

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