Create a hand-felted picture landscape – In person workshop 24 Feb 2024 (full day)
In this fun workshop you’ll be making a beautiful felted landscape picture in your choice of colours and designs.
Debbie will be demonstrating some simple felting and embellishing techniques and showing you how to create your landscape. You can bring a photograph or picture of your favourite landscape, create a scene from your imagination or use one of Debbie’s range of pre-drawn templates. Choose your gorgeous wool fibres and threads to make your own design. Embellish with stitch, beads and threads if you wish and take home your lovely felted landscape picture at the end of the day.
- This event is suitable for complete beginners as well as those who want to brush up their skills or just enjoy a couple of hours making a lovely felted landscape!
What you will learn:
- How to set up your space, what equipment and materials you will use and how to prepare your fibre for felting
- The essential principles of wet-felting – what types of felting methods there are, what fibres you can felt and how the fibres are used.
- How to create a 2D piece of felt, working with colours, layering and pattern.
- Adding embellishments.
- Finishing your landscape with stitching and other techniques
You will need:
Nothing! Debbie will provide a wide range of coloured fibres, threads and embellishments. All the equipment and materials are also included so just bring yourself!
About the classes
Debbie loves to teach and has been a felter for over 20 years so you’ll be able to pick her brains for tips, tricks and hacks! Debbie’s sessions are fun and enjoyable. The pace is relaxed and there is plenty of time to ask questions and chat.
Debbie has been a textile artist for over 30 years. Debbie teaches wet and needle-felting, nuno felting and mixed media textiles. Debbie is the author of 5 internationally published books, Hand-Dyed Yarn Craft Projects, Complete Knitting Skills, 250 Knitting Stitches, Knitting.Learn it.Love it and How to Knit.
When she’s not felting, dyeing, designing, knitting or crocheting, you’ll find her in the garden, tending her dyeplants, enjoying a nice craft beer or hugging a big mug of builders’ tea. And if you’re out and about, she can often be found in the mosh pit at a gig or enjoying some folk music!
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What our students say...
“I had a wonderful time and discovered a new passion! Thank you so much for your clear and thorough instructions and for being such an inspiration. My only problem is finding the time to fit dyeing into my already busy days – but never fear, it will have to be done! Inspiring!”
“Wonderful! Thank you very much”.
“A really fun session that demystified what had seemed like a very complicated craft to me before today. Thank you!
“Fab fun. I was really curious to know how some many colours can get into a single skein – now I know (some!). I’d love to do some more! Thankyou!”.
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