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Welcome to Kreative Hygge!


This is the place to come if you are looking for creative and bespoke workshop opportunities to pause for a bit, catch your breath, be still, reflect a little and mend and restore the soul. And of course create!
With a delicious array of fabrics, threads and col
ours and some Danish hygge, you have a delightful mix of creative possibilities!


It’s also the place to come if you’d like to learn a new skill of the woolly kind.


And if you need a present for someone - or yourself! - with oodles of meaning that’s covered, too, with a pop up shop at the workshops. Each make inspired by nature, seasons, colour, being still, reflections and each one having their story attached to them. And of course they are made mostly with natural fibres, and mostly from Scandinavia and Scotland because that’s
where I’m from and this is where I live.


Thank you for visiting, enjoy finding out more about what I do!

Lone Hvid Wright

 

Upcoming Winter Reflective Slow Stitch Workshops!

 

It’s still winter and a flurry of not snow but unexpected 

opportunity has arisen for some workshops!

 

Monday 4 March 2024 

The workshops on this day will include a reflection with a winter theme.

Morning, afternoon and evening sessions available.

These workshops are intended to offer you a quiet space and an opportunity

for you to slow down, pause, breathe deeply, reflect, be still and create as you

play with colours, fabrics and threads of your choice.

 

No sewing skills required!!

 

Max 4 in each session.

Booking essential!

 

All materials, tuition and tasty treats included in the price. 

You will also be able to take some materials home with you. 

Two and a half hour workshops. £35.00 per person.

 

If you’d like to come but this date doesn’t work for you, 

or you would like to book a date for you and some friends, do 

contact me as I’m very happy to explore dates that work for you.

 

Also as ever I’m happy to go mobile with these workshops, do 

ask if this is of interest to you.

 

Please see feedback from previous ‘workshoppers’ under Guest Stories! 

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