Make with Meg announces online craft workshop for families

Bristol’s International Centre for Contemporary Arts, Arnolfini, is hosting Make with Meg, an online craft workshop for families to get creative during lockdown in the UK.

Get crafty with the kids with Make with Megs live online craft workshop.
Get crafty with the kids with Make with Meg’s live online craft workshop.

Encouraging the little ones to get crafty, Make with Meg will be hosting a live online craft workshop on Saturday 28 March 2020 to get families together during the Coronavirus lockdown.

Starting at 2pm, the workshop will cover how to make your very own rosettes and mini placards, followed by a closing assembly at 3.30pm to celebrate creations and join a family conga.

Bringing fun and laughter to homes during uncertain and difficult times, Make with Meg’s workshop is completely free – all you need is a few craft materials, such as cardboard, a stick, tape, glue, scissors, pens, a safety pin and decorative items.

To tune into the workshop, visit Make with Meg’s YouTube channel at

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