Simple Sewing: Ancient Egyptian Cats at Wakefield Museum

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Wakefield Council

Simple Sewing: Ancient Egyptian Cats at Wakefield Museum, Wakefield 29 October 2019 Tickets from £2.5 — Book now

Join the folks at Wakefield Museum as they investigate the important role that cats played in Ancient Egyptian culture and then use simple sewing techniques to stitch a soft toy in the shape of an Ancient Egyptian cat!

Recommended for ages 6-11 years.

Booking essential.

Simple Sewing: Ancient Egyptian Cats at Wakefield Museum, Wakefield 29 October 2019 Tickets from £2.5 Book now

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