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Willow Fedge Course - Killearn

16th February

Willow Fedge Course
Carbeth Home Farm, Killearn
16th Feb 2013

Willow weaving is a wonderful craft, and techniques are easy to learn and apply in a creative and practical way to any garden or greenspace.

These workshops will teach you the basics on how to create your own living fence, using a criss-cross method for strength and durability. We will show you where to find willow, how to coppice and tend to create your own willow sculptures/fences/dens.

The tutor, Joyce Macfarlane, is an experienced sculptor and environmental professional who has designed and built many willow structures with schools and local authorities around Scotland.

All of the willow on this course is grown and cut locally.

10.30am Arrive: Cuppas and introduction, with a prompt start.

11am Prompt start; the morning session will look at the basic structure and how to build a criss-cross fence out of willow

Lunch Camp fire cook out delights.

PM Continue to plant the fence and discover how to weave willow in a more creative way, looking at incorporating designs and arches into the fence.

4pm Depart

To Book:
Places are available on a first come first served basis.
Please complete a booking form below and return it to Louise McAlister (details below)
Online booking available at:
Please ensure that you inform Louise McAlister of any special dietary requirements.

Group members and associated organisations - free
Individual Members - £25 Others - £50

Attached File: 130116 willow fedge.doc
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