Felted Slippers

Felted Slippers

Duration: two days

Price: £110

Run by: Kathie Barrs
at Felt in the Factory

07765185120

Felt in the Factory
Bill Mills
Pontshill
Ross on Wye
Herefordshire
HR1 3RF

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About the Course

On this workshop, you’ll design your slippers, measure your feet and make a pattern from resist material, after calculating shrinkage rates. You’ll use Piiku wool (which you can buy at the studio) to make your slippers as it’s a tough and durable wool that felts very easily.

Once you’ve felted and fulled your slippers, you will be able to embellish them with beads, flowers etc, and add a sew-on, non-slip sole (extra cost).

The studio is a wonderful environment for felt making: the groups are kept small so there's plenty of individual tuition.

We will begin at 10am each day, and should finish around 4pm.

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?

Refreshments are included, but please bring your own lunch.
Piiku wool is on sale at the studio, and you will need to bring a shoe form, please email for more information



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