At The Craft Room we offer a variety of crafting classes.
We cover topics including knitting, crochet, polymer clay (Fimo),
paper crafts, fabric crafts and more.
Scroll down to see what we currently have on offer!

Intro to Knitting: first Tuesday of the month, 18:00 – 20:00
This class if for complete beginners, all materials provided.

Knitting course: Tuesday evenings, 18:00 – 20:00
Learn different knitting stitches and techniques such as shaping knitting, rib and moss stitch, cable knitting and colourwork.

Sock Knitting: Friday March 17th, 24th and 31st (different times)
You must be able to knit and purl confidently for this class, everything else we will teach you.

Intro to Crochet: multiple dates and times – see class details
This class is for complete beginners, all materials provided.

Crochet Beginners and Improvers:  Mondays 18:00 Р20:30 and Thursdays 09:00 Р11:30
Learn how to interpret patterns and improve your crochet skills whilst working on your own project.

Granny Squares: coming again soon

Animal Print Canes: Beads and Handles: Saturday March 18th, 09:30 – 11:30
Cover pens, crochet hooks or cake slices or make beads with animal prints.

Buttons: coming again soon

Pendants: coming again soon

Origami Greeting Cards: Saturday March 11th, 14:00 – 15:30
Greetings cards with origami details, embellished using a variety of techniques. Make as many as you like during the session.

Origami Fairy Lights: multiple dates and times – see class details
Make origami lampshades for a string of fairy lights.

Decoupage boxes parent and child workshop: Friday April 21st, 09:30 – 11:30
Decoupage a box with a magazine during the school holidays.

Porcelain pen drawing : Saturday April 8th, 09:30 – 11:00
Decorate a cup, plate or other ceramic item with porcelain pens – no experience or special drawing skills necessary!

Decoupage Easter Eggs – date coming soon

Mandala: coming again soon

Introduction to Sewing with a Machine: Friday 28th April or Saturday 29th April, 09:30 – 12:00
Make a re-usable shopping bag and learn to use a sewing machine.

Cushions: Friday 7th April, 09:30 – 12:00
Save the date – registration details coming soon!

Open Sessions
The Craft Room is open every Wednesday from 9:00 until 12:00 and Thursday from 18:00 until 21:00 for open crafts Рbring your own project and join us for a drink and a chat.  More info here.
Note: no open session on 22nd March.

Private Classes
See a class you would like to do but can’t make it at that time, or want some special help on a project? Get in touch to arrange a private class. Our general rates are 35 CHF an hour per student, plus materials costs if we provide them. More info here.

Parties and Groups
Girls night out? Work team building? Baby shower? Teen / adult birthday? We can organise a group workshop and party for you at the craft room. Rates depend on project, number of guests and length of party. More info here.











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