Course Provider: Three Little Pigs
Contact Name: Fiona Abbott
Course Length: 1 Day
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Needle felting is a fascinating craft that allows you to create 3D animals, birds and anything else your imagination allows!
If you have ever felted your favourite woollen jumper by accidentally putting it in the wash, you are already familiar with the felting process! When wool is agitated, it sticks together, creating a solid fabric. Needle felting mimics that process, but instead of agitating the wool with hot water, you are using a needle – making it possible to make not just 2D but 3D objects.
This exciting workshop is an introduction to dry needle felting. You will learn the basic techniques to get you started and your experienced tutor will guide you through the processes, working during your day to make an adorable hare.
One of the many joys of needle felting is that you can easily add your own individual touches, completely transforming the character of the woodland creature.
Your day will start at 10.00am and conclude at 4.00pm. The price of the workshop includes all the fibre and equipment required – and also your rather scrummy lunch!
This workshop is suitable for beginners. The workshops is limited to eight and we are very much looking forward to seeing eight very individual hares at the end of the day – a drove of hares, in fact!
To view images from our previous Needle Felting Workshop, or if you would like to book a place on this workshop, click on the link to visit our website.
What's included in the price?
All materials and you lunch are included in the price.
We run our workshops from the hall in the picturesque village of Birlingham, near Pershore, Worcestershire WR10 3AB
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