|New Earswick Flower Club
is a small and friendly club affiliated to NAFAS. We currently have 25 members. Meetings are usually held on the first Tuesday of each month, commencing at 7.30pm.
PLEASE NOTE THAT FROM JANUARY 2017 WE WILL BE CHANGING THE DATE THAT WE MEET TO THE FOURTH TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH
We meet at the Methodist Church Hall, Hawthorn Terrace, New Earswick, York YO32 4AQ.
There is limited car parking at the Hall and wheelchair access to the building.
Our programme consists of flower demonstrations, workshops, practice evenings, garden visits, flower festivals, participating at the Harrogate Spring and Autumn Flower Shows and social events.
We always welcome guests and new members to New Earswick Flower Club.
For further information or details about joining please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
All members of New Earswick Flower Club have membership of NAFAS (National Association of Flower Arrangement Societies - Charity registration number 1101348).
PICTURES FROM RECENT MEETINGS are now on our blog which can be found HERE
The Flower Festival has now ended, a big THANK YOU to all who took part. Please click here (for the Yorkshire Post) or here (for the York Press) to see the press articles regarding the event.
Tuesday 4 October 2016 at 7:30pm
A Workshop led by Ann Simpson. This will be aimed towards the Christmas-themed Competition that will be held at the November meeting.
WORKSHOP INSTRUCTIONS AND NOTES:
This workshop is designed to help members to create designs for the November 2016 Practice Night. Inspiration for the titles can be found in the Winter 2015 edition of the Flower Arranger.
Beginners: A Cracking Christmas
First thoughts are to include a Christmas cracker. These can be made by the arranger, see page 18 of the Winter 2015 Flower Arranger, OR a large Christmas cracker split in the centre to look as it has been pulled, with flowers and seasonal items coming out of the centre in an explosion of colour.
Intermediates: Hippie Christmas
Two obvious interpretations here: Hippie as in Hippeastrum (Amaryllis) or a funky 1970s design with lots of weird colour combinations
Advanced: A Downton Christmas
Opulent, classical designs; candelabra, Christmas trees, lots of sparkle and “bling”
Either create a design from your own group or try one from another. Artificial plant material can be used to save money (both in the workshop and in the November competition).
Ann will demonstrate a Cracker and a “Hippie” design.
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