Collection: Workshops

These jewellery making workshops are great to learn new skills as I guide you through each step, nudge your creativeness however hidden you think it is, and finish up with a piece you'll be happy to wear and proudly show off your jewellery making talent.

I offer both private workshops in the comfort of your own home and I also offer workshops in venues around Leicestershire and Northamptonshire.

Private Workshops

Private group workshops are for 2 to 6 people. I bring the workshop to your home, all the tools and materials you'll need to make a piece of finished jewellery, you just need to provide a well lit room with a sturdy table to work around. 

Message me to book in a date before you purchase a private workshop.

I will travel up to 45mins from NN14

The Galleria Workshops

In the Northampton village of Burton Latimer is this little Aladdin's cave of a shop which regularly hosts various workshops.  Check out their facebook page {here} or call them on 01536238295 to book.  Look at my events page {here} to see dates I have booked in with them.

Rural Antics

Held in the rustic Rural Antics barn at Hanwell Winery looking out upon the beautiful countryside of Hickling Patures, LE14 3QG.  Find their website {here}

Courtyard Gallery

Within the Stratford Garden Centre you will find the Courtyard Gallery selling the handmade work of local artisans, chosen for their quality and design, and hosting a range of workshops, including mine.  Book on their website {here}

For external venue workshops see my Events page for dates.


Terms and conditions for booking a private workshop
£20 of each workshop payment is non refundable deposit.
If the workshop is cancelled by Zoe Ruth Designs then a transfer to another date or a refund will be offered.
If the workshop is cancelled by the customer for any reason then the money payed will be transfered to another date, or a refund issued minus the £20 non refundable cost if the cancellation is less than 14 days away.
The tutor holds public liability insurance to cover workshops, however each individual is responsible for their own personal health and safety.  Some points to ensure (though not an exclusive list); make sure long hair is tied back, bring and wear glasses if they are needed, closed toe shoes, clothing suitable for the workshop - it may get a little dirty.