During this workshop we will be making footy themed accessories. You can choose to make earrings, keyrings or magnets in your footy team colours, and even make some extras to give to friends and family. During the session you will learn how to condition polymer clay, mix colours, make stripes, design, create, and assemble your creations. All materials will be provided and everything you make you get to keep! This is a beginner workshop, so no experience is necessary. Suitable for ages 8+ only
THURSDAY | 21 MARCH | 4PM – 6PM
Please contact centre to secure you place. Spots are limited! 9853 3126
Hi, I’m Estée! I started experimenting with polymer clay in 2019 and made my hobby into a small business during the 2020 lockdown. Making jewellery and accessories is my creative outlet, and I love exploring different techniques. My favourite things to make are themed accessories – Halloween, Christmas, and pop culture. Polymer clay is super fun to work with because it’s so versatile and there are so many unique techniques to explore
KNLC is excited to announce our very own Chatty Cafe, running on Thursdays from 1pm to 2:30pm – located at our Sparechair Cafe
This is an opportunity for anyone in our neighbourhood to drop in, strike up a conversation with others and foster new connections. Our wonderful volunteer Raya will be present at a designated table to ease newcomers into the session and help the conversation along!
Let’s prevent loneliness and social isolation together, one coffe and conversation at a time!
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WE NEED YOU! Love to sew? Want to be part of a feel good project? The Threads of Kindness Project is a KNLC initiative funded by the Sidney Myer Foundation making bedcovers for the victims of domestic violence. A community project in every sense – all fabric has been donated by local business, Highly Sprung Interiors, with the bedcovers being sewn together by people within the KNLC community and then passed on to a women’s shelter. We hope that this practical, yet basic need, warms not only their bodies but also their hearts ❤If you would like to be part of this wonderful project please contact the centre 9853 3126 or email email@example.com