Willow Weaving Workshop

Meet the Masters Workshop – Willow Weaving Workshop – Friday 22nd September 2017

10am – 4pm

Our Meet the Masters Workshops are a unique opportunity for you to spend the whole day learning from masters in their field. Join master willow weaver, Juliette Hamilton here on The Good Life Project farm and learn how to make willow chickens and cockerels! All the fun and character of chickens but without the mess!

  • Learn the ancient skill of weaving using natural, British grown willow
  • Make hens and cockerels to display at home or in your garden
  • You’ll leave the day with your very own creation to proudly display

“I wanted to thank you very much for the really enjoyable day today. I am so proud of the hare, but am, very aware I couldn’t possibly have created it without your expert guidance. You were so patient with us all right through the day . I couldn’t believe it when you said it was 4pm and realised that we had been working away for 6 hours.” Jan

Meet the Master – About Juliette: Juliette Hamilton originally trained at Manchester Metropolitan University in Textile Design, specialising in Weave. Her work is mainly creating realistic animal sculptures out of willow, ranging from chickens to cows and horses (she even made the pigs in our orchard!). She has made sculptures for TV and film productions including Hollyoaks and for Disney. Her work has also featured in a Bollywood film!


Our courses are all-inclusive: We’ll provide you with organic refreshments, pizza cooked in our outdoor, wood-fired pizza oven and all the materials you’ll need. Join us for a fun, relaxed and productive course as we master the art of willow weaving.

All of our courses are run on The Good Life Project farm, based in a beautiful rural location, yet conveniently just 18 minutes from Peterborough train station and all major road networks including the A15, A1 and A43. We’re just 3 minutes drive the Lincolnshire town of Market Deeping.

Just £99 per person. Places are limited to just 10 people so please book early to avoid disappointment.