Wet felting courses and workshops all across the UK. Felt, uniquely, is a cloth that is not woven and wet felting techniques open up a world of abstract creative opportunity in the way of felted slippers, hats, wall hangings and beautiful felt pictures.
The online class is an immediate access one, learning at your own pace where you download the course to keep for ever. The online course is found on the workshop page where you follow the link on Debra's website).
There are 5 easy videos demonstrating different methods to achieve felt art. You will learn a little about colour theory and look at all the different fibres one can use in wet felting art and also...
This course is for experts and beginners. I will show you how to create a wonderfully woolly warm pair of slippers fitted to your own feet.
We will employ the wet felting method of felting using colourful merino fleece dyed with non toxic dye from a choice of several beautiful colours. This method is very easy but does require some elbow grease!
Stage by stage I will show you all you need to know on...
Great opportunity to get creative whether you are a beginner or more experienced and make a stylish lampshade which looks stunning during the day and night with light shining through the fibres.
We will be making a felted drum lampshade that can be used as a pendant or table lamp. This is a very special workshop where you will make a felted fabric panel in the morning and in the afternoon decorate it with embellishments,...
This course is principally aimed at those with basic felting experience. However, it is also suitable for complete beginners.
Welcome to nuno felted scarf using nuno felting and fibre laminated technique workshop. During this craft feltmaking workshop you will be learning how to create a soft well draped felt and various textile surface techniques.
You will learn:
a feltmaking technique to create soft stretchy felt;
fibre laminating technique;
wool layout used...
Make a beautiful felt picture with artist Penny Fleet.
You will be working in Penny's garage studio and will learn how to make a piece of felt fabric using dyed merino wool fibres, pre-felt, soap, water and your hands, using the process known as 'wet felting'.
You will learn how to make the felt, blend and 'paint' with fibres and how to create fabulous colour combinations, patterns and shapes. Making felt takes a while and...
Felt Making Classes
Felting is the process of fusing wool fibres (pre-spinning stage) together to create felt, which has numerous properties as well as being very versatile to use. I teach a range of needle felting techniques for embellishment or to create beads, 3D shapes, animals and felted pictures. Wet felting is also covered including making flat felt, and hollow things such as bags that doesn't need stitching, Ipad covers, tea cosies...the list goes on....
This is mainly a half day course. Come join us to learn the skills and the process of the therapeutic art form of needle felting.
We will be making a felted animal or plant, a delightful addition to your home!
Start time usually 10am, £30 per person unless stated otherwise below.
You will be taught how to get the best from the gorgeous wool and needles, creating your very own animal (Hare, Fox, Chicken, Owl,...
Suitable for beginners, you'll learn how how to create your own bowl or pod by wet felting wool using the resist technique.
Beautiful and strong felted pots and bowls can be made and later decorated using this method of wet-felting.
One to one workshop or groups welcome.
A friendly, supportive workshop designed for beginners or improvers in the art of Wet Feltmaking. Taking inspiration from the wonderful Kings Heath Park and Tearooms, you will be guided to create a composition based on a garden scene or a Spring/ Summer landscape.
Suitable for complete beginners or the more experienced you will learn (or revise!)! the basics of how to handle and lay out wool ready for a beautiful picture made from the technique...
Come and learn about fleece and felt something beautiful. We mostly use local Shetland fleece, which we have sorted and naturally dyed using local and ancient imported plant materials. On our weekend courses you can choose to make one large item, such as a a wall hanging or a Mongolian style floor mat, or perhaps you prefer to make a smaller item such as bags, purses or brooches. We teach wet felting techniques; hand felting,...