Sunday, 28 September 2014
It's Felt United day! This year's theme is: PEACE!
Felt friends around the world gather for a day of creative felting.
I'm happy to provide the space, my experience and skill in wet- and needle felting, material like wool fibers, pre-felt and all the equipment.
Please bring your ideas, make up your mind or meditate about PEACE... How does PEACE look like for you? How do you imagine PEACE, experience PEACE? You will then use wet and/or needle felting as an creative expression of PEACE.
This felt workshop is for those who have already a bit experience in needle and/or wet felting.
The workshop starts at 10.30 and finishes at 4pm. If you would like to join us for a shorter time period, please let me know in advance.
Costs:£20 & material
Please bring a packed lunch.
Venue: 63 Crowhill Road, Glasgow/ Bishopbriggs, G64 1QY
Places are limited, please book in advance and text/call me:
07503 210 416
Here's the link to the website:
Wednesday, 17 September 2014
Last weekend I went to the fantastic Non Stuff Festival at Wiston Lodge/Biggar.The lodge is a large estate surrounded by beautiful woodland. The place is mainly used for nature related events and workshops.
The first Non Stuff Festival was organized by "The Forgotten Works" and many volunteers.
When I arrived at Friday afternoon, my tent was the first been put up on the large grass area near the pond. What a beautiful campsite! The photo below shows the the view at the next morning.
The festival included many unamplified performing brilliant music groups, permaculture, lots of interesting, fantastic workshops and games. There were so many interesting lovely people and I met people I hadn't seen for quite a while, which was very nice. So we all had lots of fun, learned something new in workshops and enjoyed the many great musical performances and each others company.
I was offering 2 needle felt workshops on Saturday. The first workshop on Saturday morning was about showing how to make woolly fairies. Four ladies joined me and we had a great creative time. Everyone made her very unique ornament.
The afternoon workshop, in lovely warm sunshine on the lawn, was a busier one. Children and adults had fun creating fruits vegetables and leaves from fluffy colourful wool. We were so lucky with warm and sunny weather on Friday and Saturday. I had to leave early on Sunday morning, but the festival went on to Sunday night.
|Collage from participants needle felt creations|