Fourways1 is the new home of crafts

Posted on 21st October 2014 | in Community , Heritage & Tourism

funkyneedlework-materialRecently opened in the thriving centre of Amble is Funkyneedlework Studio, home to quilter and needlework crafter Josie Dunne. Josie opened her studio in Fourways1, the original Fourways building, and is running quilting classes for people of all ages.

Also moved into Fourways1 is Sandy “The Mad Jam Woman”, who continues to make Pride of Northumbria preserves (and which will still be available to buy at the deli shop on Queen Street).

The two craftswomen join professional mosaic artist Julie Smith who also has a studio in the building.

tonsil-blasterraspberry-jamYou can meet Josie and Sandy and see their studio space and possibly even pick up some ideas for Christmas gifts at their Open Day on Friday 28th November 10am – 2pm.

All are welcome to pop in for a look around, chat and a cuppa.

For more information please contact Josie on 07967210117 or see Funkyneedlework’s Facebook page.  Sandy can be contacted on 01665 711044.

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