membershipWe have come up with a way to reward all our extremely loyal and frequent students here at The La La Rookh Workshop… A Membership that will include lots special promotions, perks, and events all year round.

A yearly membership to the workshop will be £40.00 and this will entitle you to:

  • Six free Sewing Surgery sessions
  • 10% off all course bookings
  • An invitation to our bi-monthly Dressmaking Sewciety, an evening sewing social event for dressmakers and crafters alike .. to meet and chat and get to know each other. We invite speakers and operate a fabric and pattern swap..
  • Our premium mailing list in which you are offered first all new class dates and offers.

Your membership will also entitle you to the use of the lending library.

The membership makes a perfect gift! You receive a beautiful membership card and free gift (of the haberdashery variety). So if you do require the membership as a gift we can package it beautifully for you.

To take advantage of this offer contact Anna: or pop in to the shop and talk it through.


Our Arts and crafts library…

To honor the donation we received from the fabulous Burton Family and to continue the legacy that is Florrie Burton, their mother… we are creating Florries lending Library. So many of her lace making books came to us as part of her estate so these will naturally become part of our library… The book lending service will be open to all members of the workshop and a proportion of those funds raised by the membership will go towards buying new books also. The children that attend classes here at the studio will be able to borrow books and patterns for their continued learning without paying a membership…

Florrie was a teacher and a life long crafter, mastering embroidery and her lace making was exceptional. Her trade was wig making, she made wigs for  the Royal family between 30’s and 40’s and this career led to her teaching. We honor her life and kind donation by continuing the legacy that is the education of children in arts with The Florrie Burton Library.