What You'll Get
In a world without colors, kaleidoscopes would be no more than useless binoculars and horses would be indistinguishable from My Pretty Ponies. Salute colorful, creative, and environmentally friendly fabrics with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of creative textile products or workshops at Kreatelier on Hope Street.
European friends Pernilla Frazier and Line Daems founded Kreatelier in 2007. Since then, solid local press has helped bring crafters from around the area into the shop. Its quaint quarters feature a diverse collection of product designs including bags, quilts, reusable gift wraps, and various accessories, all enhanced by crafty workshops that educate interested art architects. Rampant pencil collections can be put to rest with large cotton pencil cases ($18), which are washable, rollable, and feature 11 pockets, while manicure and pedicure cases ($15) help keep tools and other grooming paraphernalia from escaping. Keep rebellious flocks of hair at bay with a brightly colored headband ($8), elegantly wrap bottles of precious fermented fruits inside wine bags ($10), or organize a messy back seat with the car-seat organizer ($40), which withstands abuse and the effects of time travel.
For arts-and-crafts students and experts alike, Kreatelier offers a mish-mash of small workshops for children and adults. Past classes have constructed quilted potholders ($50), decorative pillows ($45), and beady necklaces ($20). This summer, a variety of kids classes are available ($25/hour for private, $20/hour for classes of two or more), including courses in making an apron, a messenger bag, or a Mod Podge vase. No skills are required, and materials are supplied.
This Groupon is valid in-store only.
- In the last few years, crafting has morphed from a hobby into an all out movement. Find out what all the fuss is about at a work-shop at craft Mecca Kreatelier. Moms can unwind with easily digestible two-hour sessions on everything from pillow-making to book-binding while the little ones can dabble in their own artistic expression at courses devoted to creating pencil cases, stuffed animals and robots. – Rhode Island Monthly
- They have been equally welcomed by the neighborhood residents, many of whom have become customers. Hope Street attracts all types of walkers: college students, young families with strollers, single professionals. Kreatelier's high eye-candy factor draws everyone in sooner or later. – Fresh Purls
- Kreatelier is a bright little shop on the East Side of Providence offering textile creations by European co-owners Pernilla Frazier and Line Daems alongside selected items from some of their favorite brands and artists. The shop also hosts weekend crafts workshops for children and adults such as bookbinding and fabric painting… – Apartment Therapy
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 22, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Must use in 1 visit. Valid in-store only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.