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Wet Felting - Landscapes

Create a beautiful picture using wool fibres

  • 32 British pounds
  • Learn & Create Main Shop

Service Description

Felting is the process of connecting or blending wool, wool roving or fiber together to make a fabric and it is used in a number of different art forms to create 2D and 3D art & crafts. For Wet Felting, the blending is accomplished by using water, soap and friction from a lot of hard work - and this workshop will give you a fantastic introduction into the process and allow you to create an artwork with a mixture of provided fibres. No experience is needed - Beginners are very welcome! You will create a 2D piece of work, approx 30 x 30 cm We have a selection of felting fibres available in greens, blues, browns & white. We do have additional colours but if you require specific colours we recommend buying these in advance from - please do get in touch if you want help or advice What you need to bring 2x bath towels Bubble Wrap (if you have some, we can provide some) Optional - a photograph to use as inspiration (landscapes work well)

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

Booking - Payments must be received in full or in part when booking online. Any remaining payment must be paid by bank transfer before the course/workshop start date. Cancellations These must be received at least two weeks before the workshop starts to receive a full refund. Payment cannot be refunded if places are cancelled later that this date. Young Creatives & After School Clubs ​​If you cancel your place 14 days prior to the programme start date (e.g. by the first date of the block) you will receive a full refund. If you cancel your place 7 days prior to the programme start date (e.g. by the first date of the block) you will receive a 60% refund as by this time we are likely to have purchased materials. We will not be able to refund cancellations received later than 7 days prior to the programme start date.

Contact Details

  • Learn & Create, Main Street, Newtonmore PH20 1DA, UK


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