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Willow Bird Feeder

Spend the afternoon with Lorraine and learn how to weave a Bird Feeder using Willow harvested locally.

  •  This first choice of Bird Feeder is made in a similar way to a Mini-Obelisk as it is woven upside down using a wood slice for a jig. To finish the feeder you can create a handle and hang from a tree! This feeder is ideal for holding fat balls or pieces of fruit!
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Your second choice of Bird Feeder is also woven in a jig and then mounted onto a hazel rod. The bird feeder is self-standing as you can push the supporting rod into the ground.  This closed weave Bird Feeder is ideal for holding seeds.

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  • The third style of bird feeder uses a similar technique to weave a simple basket, to finish the upright rods are brought together and a handle included.
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What’s included

  • All materials
  • At Sussex Prairies: Access to the gardens

Cost

£25 per person

Children aged 10 yrs and under are to be supervised by one adult at all times. There is no cost for the supervising adult if the adult is not participating by making an independent craft.

Location & Dates

You can see our Calendar of Events for all published workshops here, you will also see that you can make a Bird Feeder in either our Willow Craft Workshop or Willow In The Woods Workshop.

If we do not have any dates published for this workshop at this time please contact Lorraine to express your interest and to be notified when the next date becomes available.

Groups

We can facilitate private groups and party bookings. Please contact Lorraine to discuss your requirements further.

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