How Time Flies - Camden Art Centre

A series of events celebrating crafts and making as social pastimes

Activities ranging from making gnocchi and cider to knitting and flower arranging have traditionally drawn individuals and communities together to share knowledge and experience in a social context. In this spirit artists, amateurs, experts and makers were invited to the Café and garden to share their enthusiasm and knowledge – each had a different focus, offering demonstrations and a chance to learn new skills.

7 July, 6.30 – 8.30pm
Including: Dotmaker, Laura Eldret, Sally O’Reilly, Shrewagrams Tournament, Circle of Craftiness and more.

Knit, Stitch and Sew
14 July, 6.30 – 8.30pm
Including: Prick Your Finger, Serena Korda, Anthea Williams and more.

21 July, 6.30 – 8.30pm
Including: Hampstead Horticultural Society Gardener’s Question Time, Gardener’s Swapshop, Coconut Shy, Shane Waltener, Best Vegetable Competition and more.

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How Time Flies: Knit, Stitch and Sew

Wednesday 14 July, 6.30 – 8.30pm
Knit, Stitch and Sew is for experts and amateurs alike, with a range of stalls including Prick Your Finger and a string of knitting circles you can have your cross stitch problems up picked and embroider your way out of anything.

How Time Flies: Gardening

Wednesday 21 July, 6.30 – 8.30pm
Gardening, the final night of the series, is for everyone who likes the idea of growing their own garden. Featuring a coconut shy, gardener’s swap shop, competitions for vegetables, pickles and jam plus all you need to know about pruning – it’s time to get out in the garden.