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Local Classes and NowZen videos!!


I am teaching live classes again - how fantastic is that!? Are you in the area? It's not too late to sign up for the workshop this weekend (although there will be more later in the year.)

I am hoping that I can do more classes locally and even, if there is the opportunity, to go into some local schools to take the joy and benefits of tangling to young people, their families and the local community.

So, if you're in Liverpool or the Wirral, please get in touch if you want to know more about local classes or even if you want to offer a class to friends, colleagues or groups that you are involved with. Here I am - there is nothing I like better than to share my passion!


Can't make a local class with me? How about having access to a whole year of classes that are now available as individual classes? When the pandemic started and I began to teach online, I set up a subscription group and every week for a year, I produced a 'live' video for subscribers. In the past few months, I have been asked several times if these were available for non-subscribers to purchase. At the time, they weren't but now, thanks to talented and dedicated nephew, Will, I am able to offer these through the website. Each video lasts a minimum of one hour, covers more than just drawing a tile. There is practice, new techniques, lots and lots of tips and advice on how to improve your drawing, develop your creativity and make tangling your own. Pop onto the Videos page on this website and see what catches your eye.


If you are interested in taking any of my classes, either locally in person or online, please contact me through my website, at annietaylorczt@gmail.com or via my social media sites where you'll find me under annietaylorczt. I'd love to hear from you!


Thanks for reading. Hope to see you.

Axxx


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