Kokedama Moss Ball

SONYA SUTCLIFFE

Workshop 2 hours

Saturday 16 October 2021 - 9.30AM-11.30AM

Sunday 17 October 2021 - 9.30AM-11.30AM

Learn how to make a Japanese kokedama moss ball!

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About the Workshop

Kokedama Moss Ball Creations!

Join Sonya, teacher and craft enthusiast, in this 2 hour class and you will learn basic kokedama techniques.

Kokedama is a Japanese ball of soil, covered with moss, on which an ornamental plant grows.

 

There will be tips and guidance provided to ensure you go with home at least 3 kokedamas that you just adore!

 

This is a beginner friendly class, great for every level of experience.

VENUE

Netherby Historic Home

606 Warrenheip Street, Buninyong

MATERIALS

  • All materials supplied​

BOOKING CONDITIONS

Please refer to the terms & conditions at the bottom of the site for changes to your booking. We have a very strict no changes to booking inside of 7 days policy. You will receive a full refund if government restrictions prevent travel.
 

LUNCH & COFFEE!

There are several options in walking distance. Please note there is no fridge onsite.

Tea and instant coffee making facilities will be available at the venue.
 

PARKING

There is plenty of free parking all over Buninyong within walking distance to all venues.

 

MAXIMUM STUDENTS

Only 8 students! Book early!
 

HEALTH

Please do not attend and contact us straight away to get a refund if you have any cold and flu symptoms and/or have travelled to a COVID hotspot inside of 14 days of the workshop. Our workshop spaces are set up to ensure adequate distancing between students.

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SATURDAY 16th OCTOBER
9.30AM-11.30AM

SUNDAY 17th OCTOBER
9.3
0AM-11.30AM

$100 PER PERSON
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Meet the Artist
Sonya Sutcliffe

An active contributor to the Buninyong community for many years, Sonya has a full-time gig as an educator at a school in Ballarat.

 

When she isn’t gardening, she is creating her locally renowned flower arrangements, crocheting, or walking her dogs in the bush. For those that know Sonya, there are a quite a lot of initiatives that are shared and discussed and achieved – many with valued friends, and often within the coffee shops of Buninyong. She likes to fill her day with projects that bring her joy and this is evident in her dedication to living her best life!

Sonya also has Rosie’s Cottage – a 3 bedroom home in a picturesque setting next to the Union Jack Reserve. This can be found on Airbnb and Facebook, where there are a substantial number of amazing reviews.

Rosie’s Garden on Gittings – beautiful posies are formed from the native flowers and proteas grown by Sonya. These are shared with the community and available for purchase from local businesses. A link for this can be found on Facebook. She loves to maintain the extensive gardens and is always keen to extend her knowledge of plants.

About 8 years ago, crocheting was a past-time taken up by Sonya to relax in the busy lunchtime routine of the classroom. There has been mixed success in the ability to relax, but she has developed skills to create amigurimi toys that are adorable and sought after by locals. A couple have even travelled overseas in these Covid times.

 

In summary, Sonya is faced with the dilemma of there not being enough hours in the day. She loves to inspire others to dream and succeed in their business ventures, and is a leader in the organisation of the ‘Buninyong Pop-Up Shop’ and ‘Makers and Shakers’ (a local craft group). She has a family that embrace her dreams and two dogs that are very happy as long as they have their daily walk.  

 

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