Needle Felting Workshop - Animals, Pictures
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About the Course
*** 5 places left on the 29th June***
Join me in beautiful country side surroundings and learn to Needle Felt an animal or a picture (Wet felting and Needle felting) I'll teach you step by step, you will learn the techniques so you can go home and make your own unique gifts for family and friends. The wool we will be using is from either my own Jacob sheep, my Angora goats or from a UK ethical wool supplier. Take your needle felting skills one step further. Take home what you make on the day. This workshop is suitable if you have some for beginners or you have needle felting knowledge, or you have attended my felted soap, or Christmas card workshops.
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?
All materials, light lunch and refreshments/tea and cake provided. Hosted in lovely country surroundings where you can meet the animals.
***If you have attended one of my workshops before, either felting or soap making, you will be entitled to 20% off the full price.***
Maximum 6 people - more workshops coming soon.
Please contact me if you require a different date.
Suitable for Vegetarians
What a great day! The time just flew by and I came home with a fluffy little chick for Easter
Thoroughly recommend this
Annabel - - #13284
Response from Organik Orangutan:Hi Annabel
Thank you for the review. Glad you enjoyed it, look forward to seeing you again.
All the best
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Course Start DatesWednesday 23rd May 2018
Friday 29th June 2018
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