5 Arts and Crafts Spots in London
Arts and crafts get the creative juices flowing, offer the pride of making something yourself and are great for kids, improving fine motor skills, raising confidence and generally building better brains. Oh, and it’s fun too—for children and grownups. Here are five places for both you and your little ones to get crafty:
A favourite place to create in West London, featuring classes for both kids and parents, from printmaking to pottery and more.
Offering classes at Whole Foods in Fulham, Paper Birds teaches arts and crafts to kids from ages 5 to 12.
Better offer a variety of arts and crafts events and classes for both kids and grown-ups at local libraries—pop in your postcode on the website above and see what’s on near you.
One for the parents, London Craft Club offers sessions in Japanese bookbinding, making a gorgeous velvet clutch, modernist mosaics and more.
Grown-ups can learn botanical drawing, take a photography workshop or make your own candle at this Hackney shop. There are also a range of child-friendly activities, such as this recent Mother’s Day bouquet making workshop.