Kula Crafts Online!
Covid has not derailed our wonderful Kula Crafts folk, who’ve been busy crafting away during lockdown. Because we aren’t sure if the Centre will be allowed to open again this year, Jo Massey has kindly offered to sell the items online.
About Kula Crafts:
Every year Manchester Buddhist Centre has a stall called Kula Crafts selling hand made goods by members of our community, or Sangha. All money raised goes to the Centre, and all materials are donated freely. While the Centre is closed by the pandemic, it seems a shame to miss out on Kula Crafts, so Jo Massey, with the help of Abhyamani, Mo McGuiness and Anne Hopwood, has created an online catalogue, to offer as much as we can online.
Have a Look at What’s on the Online Stall
Everything is impermanent!
All items are hand made and there is only one of anything, so we’ll be updating the list regularly. Have you been crafting? We’d love more donated goods please, and will add those as we get them.
- New addition: Mo’s famous cotton face cloths, three for a fiver!
How it works and who to contact
Basically you mail to check if the item is available, and then pay by bank transfer or cheque. Post and packing is £3 per parcel and they will take around five working days to arrive. Details are at the back of the catalogue
To make an order, ask a question or if you’ve made some items to donate, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ll be taking orders until 21st December. Once the Centre is back open then we will run the stall as usual, some time in 2021.