Mosaic


 
  Mosaic can bring life and interest to all parts of the home and garden and in this group we hope to help you create a variety of decorative items using different techniques and materials.
 
  Sessions will cover how to cut mosaic tiles and stained glass to provide decoration for mirror surrounds, bowls, tea pot stands and lots more. You will find that mosaic making quickly becomes addictive and no surface will be safe from your imagination.
 

 
  Both conveners are self-taught but have lots of experience making different types of mosaic and are happy to share what they know. They also have lots of materials to donate. However, participants will be expected to pay for the bases on which they work, such as a stepping stone, an IKEA mirror or bowl, a polystyrene ball or a terracotta saucer. It is estimated that these costs will range from £5 – £10 per item, not per session.
 
  Regular fortnightly sessions have been suspended during the various lockdowns but now that restrictions are being lifted, two sessions have been organised over the summer for people with some experience to decorate a small side table in the convener’s garden. Two sessions will also be arranged shortly for beginners and/or regulars to decorate a small box and a bird bath. Please register your interest using the form below and keep an eye on the news section of this website.
 

 
  Group Conveners : Sally Geeve and Jacqui Osley

The Group meets fortnightly in Crouch End on Tuesdays, and Muswell Hill on Wednesdays, 10 a.m. – 12.30 p.m.
 
  Both venues involve stairs.

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    Over two week in June 2021 our mosaicists have been hard at work on a new project – to decorate the top of a small side table. Here is how they are progressing …
     

     

     

     

     
    The tables need to be grouted at home before they can be revealed in all their glory, but they are already looking good.