"The morning session involved us creating a small piece and after lunch we embarked on a larger scale piece. Kate's work was on display and was an encouraging motivator and inspiration. Her teaching style made us believe that we were fully capable of producing a mosaic - I was a total beginner- and I ended up taking home 3 pieces! One can only hope to one day produce something as beautiful as she has done. Thank you Kate for rearranging the date of the course so I could attend" - Steffie
"Thank you for such a lovely weekend. I'm really pleased with my Dragonfly, its now sitting in my conservatory looking beautiful! I do hope that you will be able to run other courses either at Ammerdown or else where. I'm now bursting with ideas of what I would like to do next." - Belinda Coney.
"Thank you so much for such a wonderful weekend, I really enjoyed it. The venue was relaxed and peaceful and a great group of people. I appreciated your support and teaching and learnt a lot." - Tessa Hyde.
"Thank you so much - it was a great weekend. would love to be kept informed of any other courses." - Bernie Wetz.
"Highly Recommended" - Julie Wylde
"Kate was very inspiring and very patient. I felt I learnt such a lot, and I enjoyed the last course so much that I am going to do it again this summer." - Annie Wynn-Jones
"Kate's course was really interesting and informative. I had previously constructed mosaics using the direct method so wanted to learn the indirect method also which was achieved on her 2 day session. Meeting the others on the course and seeing their work was good fun and made a very enjoyable break." - Caroline Nairn
"I have attended 3 of Kates workshops. Her light touch as a tutor and her skill, knowledge and enthusiasm have enabled me to develop from a complete novice to a competent mosaicist. I have produced a number of pieces which are much admired, and have discovered an activity which is both creative and therapeutic." - Jean Kinloch
"A very productive 2 days" - Harriet Hall
"I loved being in the workshop and seeing all your mess and colour!" - Gill Tindal