Felted pebbles and stones Video Kit by Purr & Wag It, Tabletop Workshops



The video kit version of my pebble workshop to do in your own time. If you are planning on making the pebbles on a specific day please remember I need to post the kit to you. If you are purchasing multiple kits for delivery to the same address please contact me to work out the postage. Felted wool pebbles make for beautiful natural decor around your home. Be inspired by Jim Ede's pebble displays at Kettles Yard and land artists Andy Goldsworthy and Richard Long. Display your pebbles in a bowl or thread them onto a linen string to create a window/wall hanging for your bathroom. Or make a tactile paperweight by felting an actual stone. Felt a few more to create a stack of stones - focussing on a single task can help concentrate the mind from the noise of the everyday. It can be extremely relaxing whilst developing a sense of patience - finding the centre point of gravity can prove tricky and requires a slow steady hand! This kit provides you with sufficient wool tops, wool batts, acrylic filling to create 5 natural coloured stones between 4-10cm in diameter or up to 10 tiny pebbles. It also includes a chunk of olive oil soap, a needle felting needle and a length of linen yarn.

What's included in the price?

- wool tops* - wool batts - acrylic filler - small selection of embellishing fibres - piece of bubble wrap - chunk of olive oil soap - needle felting needle - length of linen yarn - link and password to video step by step instructions on my website * Please let me know if you would like to make brightly coloured pebbles

What you will need

- old nylon pop sock or tights - access to a bowl of hot water/washing up liquid - kitchen scales if you want to follow my video precisely! - sharp scissors (if you don't have embroidery scissors a good stand-in are nail scissors.


1½ hours


Heather Fiona Martin is a graduate of Goldsmiths College, University of London. She is an experienced felt maker who for over a decade has worked in educational and community settings. In addition to her community work she runs Purr & Wag It, fine art felted portraits. Heather holds an enhanced DBS certificate for children and vulnerable adults.

Suitable for

  • Adults
  • Seniors
  • Teenagers
  • Children
  • Wheelchair users
  • Hearing impaired
  • Vision impaired
  • Limited mobility
  • Learning difficulties (SEN)
  • Easter
  • Public transport
  • Suitable for beginners
  • Mother's Day
  • Tutor can travel
  • Intermediate level
  • Fairs, festivals & exhibitions
  • Engagement, birthdays & anniversaries
  • Advanced/pro level
  • Hen dos
  • Corporate days out & team building
  • Romantic
  • UK Holiday
  • School holiday workshops & activities
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