September 2010


Feltmaking Evening Classes at  Flowers By Lynda, Greystones

Felting basics

Wednesday night October 20th 8pm-10.30pm

Create your very first piece, inspired by flowers if you wish!


Three dimensional felting

Wednesday night November 3rd 8pm-10.30pm

Make your own 3d piece, a bag, bowl, or a bunch of flowers!


Nuno (fabric) felting

Wednesday night November 17th 8pm-10.30pm

Create your own felted scarf using a fabric base.


Felting presents

Wednesday night December 1st 8pm-10.30pm

Make seasonally inspired tree hanging ornaments!

Price per person is based on class and all materials supplied. €35.

Minimum class size 4. All welcome. Individual attention and fun projects.

To book contact Lynda at 201 6566 or Sharon 087 2020560

Feltmaking Classes at the Fabric Gallery/Craft Cafe, Bray, Co.Wicklow


Felting foundation course

Monday October 11th 10am-12.30pm

Learn the skills of basic feltmaking and create your own picture.

Three dimensional felting

Monday November 8th 10am-12.30pm

Create your own bag or bowl.

Nuno (fabric) felting

Monday December 13th 10am-12.30pm

Create your own felted scarf using a fabric base.


Please bring your own wool roving fibres or these can be purchased in the shop.

Minimum class size 4 people.  All welcome. Individual attention.

Price per person is €30 for class only.

To book contact Fabric Gallery at 01 2860979  or Sharon at 087 2020560

Sharon Wells 2010

www.feltcreative.ie

www.wordpress.sharonwells.com

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I’ve been so busy since coming back from Kerry. The kids are back to school and we are slowly getting back into a routine. I have a few things on the boil for the next few months. The craft club will be back up and running soon when I organise everything.  A very exciting development for me is that I will be teaching feltmaking and knitting classes in Bray and Greystones. When the schedules are finalised I will list them here on the blog. During the summer I managed to get some hats made, learning more from each one. I must say I  love making hats much more than I expected and think it will become the new addiction. I am also working on some pieces for the Feltmakers upcoming juried exhibition and really enjoying the making of something for arts sake without the need for making it practical in its use. Here are some photos of the hats for now and I’ll be back as soon as I get some more stuff tied down!!

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