Make do and mend at Cafe Crema

Cafe Crema (306 New Cross Road, SE14 6AF) is launching a new series of Sunday afternoon socials for local crafters. CC's Kiri writes:

Free expert led knitting/crochet/embroidery and patchworking sessions in the café.

Sundays 2-4pm. café will be open from 2pm and close at 4.30. Bar and kitchens will be open for lunch, teas fair-trade and organic coffees and homemade cakes (including gluten free and vegan). We are also fully licensed. Accompanied children are welcome to join in.

Knitting:
Oct 9th/ Nov 6th / Dec 4th

Crochet:
Oct 16th / Oct 23rd / Oct 30th

Patchworking:
Nov 27th / Dec 18th

Please call or drop in to reserve a place. Tel: 0208 320 2317

Thanks to the Co-Operative Community Fund for supporting this project!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oooh. Sounds great. Crafting & vegan cake? Thumbs up!

Anonymous said...

Lovely idea.
Do they take beginners?

Lou Baker said...

Thank God.

Cafe Crema - leaders of the Sainsbury's is unwanted and useless campaign - are fulfilling the untapped local demand for patchwork classes.

Hard luck if you need something as exotic as a pint of milk - but looking to crochet a blanket? We can help.

Makes you proud to be British.

moan moan said...

Lou, this is a great community initiative, some people really enjoy learning things. Nick has launched business on a similiar model, crafting & cake, stop being such a moaning misery.

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