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ENJOY LEARNING HOW TO SEW: Dressmaking, Quilting, Patchwork, Applique – all kinds of needlecraft.
TAKE A CLASS IN REGINA’S COTTAGE OR BOOK A COMMUNITY CENTRE NEAR YOU!
PRIVATE CLASSES IN THE COTTAGE:
- Max only 1 – 2 per class – so that you can focus on what you want to learn and progress quickly! So work alone or bring a friend. Phone Regina to book: 0868330264.
- Book your class to start at a time and date that suits you! Regina is available weekdays or Saturday – mornings, afternoons and evenings.
- €100 for five x 2 hour sessions: to include fabric for the initial projects – together with a relaxing cuppa!
DEMONSTRATION OR CLASSES IN A COMMUNITY CENTRE:
Group size and activities need to be agreed in advance. Regina has experience providing a variety of activities for adults and children, both male and female. She also has extensive experience working with the elderly, and with clients with mental and physical disabilities.
Regina has a current Garda Vetting Certificate and will be pleased to provide references – both business and personal, on request.
CHOOSE ACTIVITIES TO SUIT YOUR GROUP. PHONE TODAY: 0868330264.
Fairy Hill Crafts is a registered business based in Glann, Charlestown – between Ballaghaderreen and Charlestown and central to Mayo, Roscommon, Sligo and Galway.
Regina Stacey, the owner operator, has a BEd. (Hon) Home Economics degree and specialises in Textiles, Needlecrafts, Interior Design and DIY. Regina also has a degree in Economics & Consumer Studies; a diploma in Sales & Marketing; a diploma in Project Management and over 30 years experience working in financial and sales environments, both in Ireland and Canada.
Fairy Hill Crafts has been accepted onto the Crafts Council of Ireland’s (CCoI) Register of Craft Enterprises, as an Associate Member.
REVIEW OF REGINA’S WORK:
Craftworks Mayo assessed Regina’s craftwork in 2012, and they reported as follows:
‘Your product is unquestionably of the highest possible standard, your technical skills of embroidery, appliqué and other needlework skills are most impressive and can be described as best of class. As one assessor commented ‘amazing attention to detail’.
Madeline Mulrennan, President of St. Catherines College, Blackrock 2005.
‘Regina specialised in Fashion and Textiles and demonstrated throughout the four years a particular talent and interest in craftswork, design and textiles resulting in some exceptional pieces of embroidered, painted and woven textile work; intricately designed and beautifully finished.’
During her final year in College, Regina travelled to Helsinki in 2005 as part of the Erasmus Student Mobility programme to study Fashion and Textiles in the University of Helsinki, Finland.