Course Provider: Artful Devon
Contact Name: Judi Binks
Telephone: 01363 866668
Course Length: 5 hours. 11am-4pm.
5 star rating, 5 reviewers.
Wet Felting Workshop Sunday 1st October 11am - 4pm at the London Inn, Morchard Bishop.
Come and make a luxurious scarf using fine merino and silk fibres and a decorate from a wide choice of curly locks and exotic texture fibres. Expertly demonstrated by Jean Fenton who dyes her own fleeces and makes up individual packs of beautiful coloured fleeces, silks, curly locks for you to choose from and to take away. The kits for this workshop will contain extras for people to swop colours etc.
You will have two choices of length - one a thinner and longer scarf or shorter scarf with the slit to cross the scarf ends over at the front. See pictures.
The complete wet felting process using wool and water is absolutely fascinating! Tell your friends. Group size limited to 15 people. Tea, Coffee & Biscuits throughout the day. Bring a packed lunch or order a delicious meal to be served at your table when you wish. Church Street Stores are open for newspapers, snacks, drinks and fruit until midday on Sunday.
Please contact me via the form above as soon as possible to book a place. Maximum 15 people in this group owing to the length of scarfs and space needed to work comfortably on them.
What's included in the price?
£36 for tuition and all materials (worth £15) in your own individual kit.
Tea and coffee and biscuits. Bring your own packed lunch or order a bar snack to be served at your table when you want it.
Free car parking. Community Shop close by. Located in award winning London Inn pub on the scenic Two Moors Way.
Friendly group. Jean Fenton is a brilliant tutor who sources and dyes her wool fleeces and brings an array of silks, curly locks and embellishments for you to decorate your felted pieces.
Jo yes, Jo -
Jean Fenton -
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