A wonderful day in the woods at Dipton Mill with Deni from OWL – Outdoor Woodland Crafts! We had a fire and a shelter, dens, mud, and sticks, food and games. We also had a felting activity on offer, and
This is a commission for wall hanging to display a collection of treasured pieces; I used felted wool, crochet and silk fibres to create an almost narrative background that brings the pieces together
In future I would like to use as much local wool as possible. I am about to try some wool from Tarset Shetland! In the meantime I am still ordering most of my wool from a German company representing caring
Feltwerk invites adults into the attic on Thursday mornings 9:30 – 12:30. There will be a series of different workshops – coffees, teas and cake supplied. Let’s make stuff!
… this Friday January 11th in a new format: There will be two shorter sessions: The first one starts at 3:30 straight after school ending at about 5pm for children aged 7 – 9, the second session starts from 5pm –
2012 was a very exiting year for me. Thank you for supporting my creative business! I am thinking up new workshops for the New Year. I would like to continue with the after-school sessions for children on a Friday afternoon,
There are still spaces left on Saturday the 15th to felt a beautiful headband using merino wool and silk.