About the Course
Nuno wet felting one day workshop at Wildwood Arts Dartmoor with international felt artist Hilary Woodgate - Make a beautiful scarf or handbag.
Making something useful out of very little and using very little is obviously very attractive, unique and personal. It's beauty is in combining the colours and textures that different fibres and fabrics can create......And what's more everyone can do it!
The workshop focuses on the learner making something unique that they would be proud to wear or use...something attractive and functional! Knowing a colour preference beforehand will enable me to gather suitable fabrics and fibres since the scarf will be made using a technique called Nuno felt-making where the fibres of the wool are passed through the weave of the fabrics used to create a lovely textures.
Our workshops are aimed at complete beginners, to light the flame of wanting to know more!
‘Thank you so much for the amazing workshop, Hilary. Really enjoyed it and am now looking forward to adding some finishing touches. Can I come again please??’ K. Rogers
Thank you so much for the workshop yesterday. I thoroughly enjoyed it and I'm amazed at what I managed to create as a complete novice with Hilary's guidance.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
Materials, light refreshments included
Thank you for a wonderful workshop! Hilary is a great teacher - inspirational and VERY encouraging. I really enjoyed it, and learnt a lot.
Sally - - #19648
Response from Wildwood Arts Dartmoor:Thank you so much! So pleased that you enjoyed your day and your cushion looked amazing. Best wishes Wildwood Arts.
Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.
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