Wet felted pod-pots:
3D wet felting a fun session - a lovely introduction to wet felting
You will go home with your very own wee pot, which you have 'designed' through colour choice and have begun to add some surface details either through fibres, stitch, buttons etc
I haven't scheduled this workshop this Autumn but I'm very happy to take notes of interest on dates.
- £40 - per person as part of a small group bubble or £88 on a 1:1 basis
Any questions, please drop me a wee note.
Cancellations: Workshops are subject to a minimum headcount (3), in the event that a workshop is cancelled, a full refund will be offered. All places are non-refundable unless in exceptional circumstances.
My workshops and The Old School building follow current 'covid secure' guidance. Feel free to ask for further information regarding mitigation.
Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 2 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.
- Free parking and refreshments:
Refreshments: Currently I'm not serving my brownies sorry! but tea/coffee/cordial is available in the studio. Do bring your own light lunch.
Venue: The ‘Hanging by a Thread’ creative textile studio in The Old School on Fairfield Street.
Finding me…Parking is at the rear through the side entrance off Algermon Street which leads you to the old school playground carpark. From here look for the side playground gate - make your way through the ‘old playground’ side gate (to the right of the building) walk left towards the main front door. Follow the signs for 'Hanging by a Thread' inside which veer you right as you get in the main entrance.
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What a fab day, fun and left with a pot I was really proud off. Didn't matter I'd not been near wool tops so excellent for the beginner and alternatively for those with experience they were able to experiment with more sophisticated techniques. Maria kept us focused and worked alongside us which was great to visualise on the spot. P.s. Chocolate brownies were Devine. I'd go every week.