Shibori Felting: A Felt Sampling Day - Folds, Ripples & Spikes
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About the Course
!*SOLD OUT*! Sorry if you have missed out - you may be interested in the Resits or Textured Cushion Workshops as an alternative to this one. I also run 1-2-1 and tailored workshops for small groups, so an arrange a Shibori Felting Day for you and friends - please contact me for further information.
Kind regards, Emma
An opportunity to spend a focused day learning how to achieve a range of textured effects by applying the Shibori process with wet felting. The day will include examining how specific effects are created and making your own samples, applying the process discussed and demonstrated. The aim will be to achieve at lest three samples including folds, pleats, ripples, ‘Coral wave’ and spikes.
The workshop is suitable for beginners and those wishing to extend their felting practice. Please get in touch for more information or to book your place.
Your tutor will be Emma Jackson, a felt maker with over fifteen years experience teaching, designing & making felt for her award winning textiles company, Silversoles. The workshop will take place in her home studio in South Birmingham with a small group of no more than five. Please note: the studio is situated at the bottom of a garden with one step up to access the building.
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 and light refreshments of tea, coffee & biscuits are provided as part of the courses alongside handout notes to help you continue to enjoy making your chosen felt projects in the future.
Please bring along a packed lunch.
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Course Start DatesSaturday 21st April 2018
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