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Prepare for the Scottish Wedding of your dreams, with the

Celtic Wedding Dress

by

Karen Bowman



Hand sew this exquisite Celtic Wedding Dress, in your choice of
  • Green Tartan
  • Blush Floral,
  • Ivory Silk.
Lace, organza and 100% silk fabric are used to create an elegant flowing bridal dress with a silk corset top laced up the back and a lovely lace train.

In this workshop, we will dress a mannequin, however this dress looks beautiful on a porcelain doll.

Tools:
  • Small Sharp fabric scissors
  • Small Fine curved forceps
  • Very Fine sewing needle / needle threader if needed
  • Fine or silk straight pins
  • White thread
  • Tacky glue
  • Wipes
Price $95    Scale: 1 inch (1:12)






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Come and have a wee dram at

The Tilted Kilt

by

Gayle Baillargeon



A 1/4 inch scale Celtic pub with traditional exterior design and cosy interior.

The wainscot walls are topped with plaid wallpaper and the corner bar features a mirrored wall with shelves.

Kits for the bar, stools, tables and chairs and a corner booth are included as is a printed tiled floor and carved cornice boards.

There is a sidewalk area in front of the pub where you could add outdoor seating (not included) .

The roombox style construction has a clear acrylic ceiling to allow light into the pub.

The base is 6" x 6" and the walls are 4" high.

You will finish the pub during the workshop. The furniture will be completed if time allows.

Tools
  • x-acto knife
  • paint brushes fine and flat ( a selection of paint will be provided)
  • stain pen in the colour of your choice for the woodwork ( sample is Min-Wax
  • red oak)
  • wood glue
  • sanding or emery board
  • gluing jig for square corners
  • small clamps
  • tweezers
  • scissors
Price $105   Scale 1/4 inch (1:48 scale)




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Room in a Lantern

by

Cheryl Hubbard



This is a quarter scale miniature bedroom in a lantern.

Everything you see in the sample is included and you will learn to make at least one of everything you see.

There are two exceptions:
  • I will supply the basket chair as they are too time consuming to make at the workshop but I will demo how it is made
  • the bud vase is my gift to everyone in the class.
You may paint the furniture any colour you wish but keep in mind that the fabrics supplied and the window panels are in shades of green and blue.

Tool List - Basic miniature kit:
  • X-acto knife
  • tweezers
  • small pointy scissors
  • sandpaper
  • cutting board etc.
  • quick grab tacky glue ( this is a must )
** I will supply the green paint but if you wish to use another colour you must supply it.

Price $80    Scale 1/4 inch (1:48)




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Wicker Armchair

by

Kim Stewart
IGMA Artisan



In this workshop students will learn to weave a Round Back Arm Chair using waxed linen thread woven over paper covered wires that are set into a pre-drilled wooden base.

The diamond pattern will be optional.

You may use fabric for the seat cushion or choose to use your own fabric.

Tool List
  • lamp
  • 6" ruler
  • sand paper 220 grit
  • wire cutters
  • glue syringe (optional]
All other materials will be provided

Price $95    Scale: 1 inch (1:12 scale)

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Scottish Higlander Doll

by

Linda Beaupre



Who doesn't love a man in a kilt?

Create a romantic Scottish Highlander for your very own.

You'll have a selection of 1/12 scale tartans for the kilt, and a choice of leather for the vest and shoes. And your choice of hair colour, so he resembles the dashing hero of your dreams.

Price $95    Scale 1 inch (1:12 scale)


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Mackintosh Writing Desk

by

Laurie Mecke and Sandra Quiqley



At the centre of the Arts and Crafts movement in Scotland in the early 1900's, artist and architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh's designs have become known as the Glasgow Style. He and his friends, known as “The Four”, mixed traditional Scottish motifs with modern Japanese forms and the organic Art Nouveau lines.

This wooden Glasgow Style Writing Desk is made with simple straight lines. It also incorporates artistic touches such as an embossed brass panel featuring his wife Margaret's signature Rose design. There are symmetrical open shelves for letters and papers and the lattice framework legs have “glass” inserts as added decorative elements. It all folds up neatly when not in use.

You will also have the opportunity to make a number of accessory pieces to customize your desk.

Standard tools are required in order to assemble. A detailed tool list will be sent to you prior to class.

Price $90    Scale 1 inch (1:12 scale)


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Vintage Tea Wagon

by

Addrene Rizen



In this workshop you will build a 1/12th scale vintage tea wagon out of solid cherry wood.

Both drop sides of the tea wagon lift to create a serving table.

There is a small concealed drawer for safe storage of cutlery, As well as two shelves for storing plates and serving ware.

Laser cut wheels with a custom Celtic design, and small brass swivel casters complete this adorable tea wagon.

This would make a lovely piece to display all your special 'High Tea' miniatures.

Price $90    Scale 1 inch (1:12 scale)




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