Another easy to follow Workshop in a Wallet. You will make a pretty seedpod in your own choice of colours with a seed, leaves and tendrils.
This workshop is suitable for newcomers to felting or improvers, and for anyone over eight years of age, with parental guidance. ** Price reduction for November 2020
As I can't teach you face-to-face during the lock-down, everything you need is included in a wallet so you can work at your own pace (see below). If you get really stuck, which I am sure you won't, you can even email me for advice or telephone me between 9.30am and 4pm on weekdays. The pictures show just some of the results you could obtain.
Please check out Workshop in a Wallet - Fun with Felt Flowers at Home for the colours and choose one colour pack: pinks & purples, blues, reds and tans, greens, oranges & lemons, black with lime, black with orange, black with pink, brights (2 out of the 5 shown), pastels. The actual shade of each colour will be chosen to complement each other rather than clash except in the case of the black packs!
Coronavirus reassurance: The paper and wool are from new packs only handled with vinyl gloves on. The plastic wallet, brooch pins and my contact card have only been handled with gloved hands in the 5 days (or more) prior to packing your purchase. The only thing over which I have no control is the outer packaging.
Please choose one colour pack: pinks & purples, blues, reds and tans, greens, oranges & lemons, monochrome (black & white only), brights (2 out of the 5 shown), pastels. The actual shade of each colour will be chosen to complement each other rather than clash!
Your Wallet includes:
instructions with pictures
You will also need:
towel, liquid soap, spray bottle or water bottle with holes punched in the top or a clean sponge and a bowl, sharp pointed scissors, needle and thread, optional beads and gold/silver threads
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