Marianne Crossle: Samples from ‘Exploring Texture and Pattern’

Wednesday 10th, August 2022 / 22:57

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2 comments on “Marianne Crossle: Samples from ‘Exploring Texture and Pattern’”

  1. Roelien van der Greft says:

    Dear Sue Stone.
    With great pleasure I followed your online free 1-hour course in February by Sue Stone. Now I would like to do the Exploring Texture and Patterns course together with probably 3 of 4 other women.
    Is there still a possibility in 2020? Please provide your information. With kind regards Roelien van der Greft

    • charlotte says:

      Hello Roeslien, Charlotte here from the team.

      I’m pleased to hear you enjoyed our recent free webinar with Sue.
      We will be launching a new updated version of Exploring Texture and Pattern later in the Spring/Summer, great to hear you and your friends are interested in exploring this course. Keep an eye out in our weekly newsletter, you will be the first to hear about all future training and course opportunities here.
      I hope that helps and if you have any more questions do get in touch, you can email me on [email protected].

      All the best,
      Charlotte

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