December vacancies at Knuston Hall

Listed on October 7, 2014 in Blogs!

We have a number of vacancies on the following courses (Single Rooms available) over the weekend 5-7 December 2014:

G560 Just Crochet
Tutor: Sandra Hoath

A weekend for you to make crochet: to continue with a project (with help if you need it), or to learn something new. Alternatively, if you are a beginner, left-handed or right-handed, you will have time to learn the basic stitches in a relaxed atmosphere, and to start to make a crocheted article. There will be time to learn about written and diagrammatic patterns, and to discover sources of help online.

With Christmas approaching there will be ideas for some Christmas decorations.

G505 Embellish for Christmas
Tutor: Jill Carter

Embroider, wrap, twist, needle weave, include a simple beaded edging, add a tassel,, incorporate the decorative technique of Dorset Cross wheel buttons …..and more . Limited only by your imagination combine all these skills to produce spectacular and unique tasseled Christmas tree decorations, or simply jazz up your Christmas outfit with a decorative clasp for an evening bag or belt buckle to suit your own criteria. Students can purchase some materials from the tutor at usual retail cost.

G583 Anyone Can Do It – Build a Simple Website in a Weekend
Tutor: Kay Gugliotta

This course will show you how to design and build a simple web site. Your website will consist of multiple pages, photographs, with simple animation and hyperlinks. Why not use this to promote your business, hobbies, clubs or societies, or just use it as an easy way to keep friends and family up to date with all your news? No special software or previous technical experience is necessary.

G559 The Battle of the Bulge
Tutor: David Baker

After D-Day on 6 June 1944, Allied Forces broke out from Normandy and pushed German troops back toward the Fatherland. But a new wave of terror broke out with the launch of V-1 flying bombs and V-2 rockets. Then, just before Christmas the Germans planned a daring push back toward the Channel coast and it was feared all the gains might be lost. We look at the second half of 1944, when victory seemed to be not so near and an attack known as the Battle of the Bulge brought new fears of defeat.

If you are interested in any of the above please give us a call on 01933 312104.