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Mon to Fri: 10am - 5pm
Sat: 9.30 - 5.30
Adults Night Thursday until 9pm (by appointment only)
Sunday: Can open for Party Bookings
12 Moores Walk
(inbetween Argos and Barclays)
We have wheelchair access, baby changing mat, a bottle warmer and a customer toilet. There is a disabled public toilet nearby
Parking is one minute walk away in Tebbutts Road where you'll find two pay and display carparks.
Call us now to book an appointment on 01480 219222
Sewing doesn't have to be boring; it can actually be a lot of fun! Crafty Monkey offers the below sewing classes. Check out the events calendar for dates. We can run the classes at a time to suit you if you have a minimum of four people. They make a great theme for a birthday party, hen do or any other celebration. Age eight years upwards, also suits adults. The cost is £12 per head, or £18 per head for the Sock Monkey workshop.
We also put these workshops on as an event from time to time, so please get in touch or subscribe to our mailing list so we can update you with the latest events and offers.
These are just too cute! Every home should have one and they are a lot cheaper and less messy than real pets!
During this fabulous workshop you will learn basic sewing techniques while making your very own Stray Sock Animal!
These special treats look good enough to eat and make excellent pin cushions or are great simply for decorative purposes.
During this two hour workshop you will learn basic sewing skills while making your own special treats!
Felt hearts are great fun to make and you can personalise to your taste. They make great Valentine or Mother's day gifts or lovely decorations for the home.
Sock Monkeys are all the rage at the moment and it's not just children who like them, adults love them too.
Come and make and personalise your very own sock monkey!
"I just wanted to let you know that the four of us had such fun last night at the Sock Monkey workshop. We will definitely be back , we might even do another monkey one!"
Marianne Blesset, Peterborough