Each year in December I run Wild Wreath making workshops. It’s one of the few workshops I run these days and I always love teaching it. It really gets me in the mood for Yultide. This year she was delighted to run them @ Grinneabhatt, a wonderful community initiative on the Isle of Lewis and given the lovely colours of the Hebridean Landscape there were wreaths produced in some lovely colours, other than green.

We started with a slide show exploring the creative possibilities of wild wreath making and looking at examples from previous course participants. All materials were provided, including a beautiful selection of foraged local foliage and berries, in some unusual shapes and colours. Selection of ribbons, baubles, beads and feathers provided to personalise.

I look forward to more wild wreath making on Lewis in 2024 and hope you can join me, if you live locally.