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Hat Class Success

The cream tea aftermath

The cream tea aftermath

Our fascinator class, hosted at English & Miller went marvelously. All of our expected students showed up and had a great time. They pillaged the supplies just as we hoped they would and asked when the next class would be.

At the end of the day everyone came away with at least one lovely fascinator and in some cases two. Unfortunately we didn’t manage to get a group photo but we have got photographs of everyone.

the Girls Working Away

Work In Progress

Almost Finished

Finished Piece

Finished Piece

We will be doing this class again in the warmer months with a whole new selection of colours to choose from. As for the second class it is in the works I promise, we’ve just been busy with all new hat designs for spring and summer.

Cheers,
Meaghan and Sara.

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“Fascinator” Hat Class

After years of being asked about classes, we are finally doing one! I’m working on class #2 right now (no, that’s not a ‘hashtag’ it’s the number symbol)

Hat Class Poster

Hat Class Poster

What you may or may not be able to read beside the dates and times for the class is that there is no lunch provided. It will be plenty of fun though, and I’m sure if you’re hungry the lovely ladies at English & Miller will sell you something tasty.

Cheers,
Sara.

Yo-yo’s Anyone?

Meaghan and I sorting out a ‘facinator’ class to teach in the late winter/early spring. We’re thinking we might just take over the “tea room” at English & Miller to teach it. We also have an idea to make kits to sell at the shop for the same ‘facinator’.
As far as we’ve worked out, the class will involve cream tea and hot glue, and we’ve priced it out to somewhere between $50 and $100. We still need to confirm everything with Jean at English & Miller.
I’m pretty excited about it.

Cheers,
Sara.

English & Miller

Meaghan and I have a new problem. Cream tea. I would imagine that it wouldn’t be such a problem if it wasn’t so close to work, but the new tea and gift shop is just at the other end of Lakeshore Mews. Now on quiet, cold days we seriously consider playing hookey for an hour in the afternoon.

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Today is an office day, and I have just learned that they do indeed have wifi at English & Miller. I strongly suggested to Meaghan that we should conduct office days at the tea shop in the future.
Cream tea is something everyone should try at least once. It consists of a pot of excellent tea, an english scone with or with out raisins, butter, double devonshire cream and jam.

You can find shop hours for English & Miller online at English & Miller and you can find the shop at 89 Dunlop St. E, Barrie, Ontario

Cheers,
Sara.

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