Wet Felting Around A Resist To Make a Felted Pot or Bowl

Wet Felting Around A Resist To Make a Felted Pot or Bowl

Duration: 3hrs

Price: £35

Run by: Lorna Soar
at Lorna Soar

01430434643

122 Hailgate
Howden
Goole
East Yorkshire
DN14 7SZ

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About the Course

Suitable for beginners, you'll learn how how to create a 3D shape by wet felting wool using the resist technique. Beautiful pots and bowls can be made and later decorated using this method of wet-felting.
One to one workshop or groups welcome.

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?

Everything you need to make beautiful felt is included, we have a lovely range of coloured merino wool rovings, silks and embelishments.
Coffee/tea and cake provided in our break.
Howden is a lovely historic market town just off the M62, with many bars and eateries. There is a car park within walking distance of both my home and the Hall.



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So many techniques explained and demonstrated. I learnt a new skill and enjoyed the day so much, and there is such a lot of inspiration in the gallery. Looking forward to going again

- - #2999

Very enjoyable day with a new skill learnt. Lorna was very good at explaining the process and helping out too. I went home with a lovely felted painting to frame and show off !

- - #2897

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Course Start Dates

Course dates are flexible; please get in touch for the next available date.


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