Saturday, March 3, 2012

Felt in our futures.

And yours too, perhaps?!

I have scheduled a whole frenzy of fabulous felt workshops in the coming weeks and months. There are a couple of spots left in each.

First up is Nuno felting next Saturday the 10th March. This class is perfect for beginners and experienced felters alike. We will be playing with the many varied textures available in a gorgeous array of colours. Silks, cottons, bamboo, flax, ramie, man made metallic threads and of course all the magnificent animal fibres. Alpaca, merino, llama, mohair, cashmere, raw and hand dyed curly locks, etc.
Create a completely unique scarf, one-of-a-kind wrap skirt, ethereal shawl, light bending window drape, piece of fibre art using a sheer, natural backdrop of fine cotton muslin, tissue silk, or other airy fabric.
$60 and runs from 9am-2pm

If you'd like to sign up for this class please contact me at 0403 493 111

Our studio is in the central North Tamborine area, right on Main. Park next door to Subway and we are the green and pink house set down the back of where you parked. The Tamborine Times offices where here once upon a time. After that it was the pharmacy. The whole house used to actually be facing a different direction but at some point they picked it up and spun it 90 degrees and slapped a little brick addition to the front that used to be a side. Way back when in the beginning of what was this mountain, it was avocado land, and was run as a plantation by possibly a Taylor family but I am sketchy about those details. Word of mouth, y'see. I also conduct micro-mini history lessons thankyouverymuch.

Nuno is a relatively low impact felting technique and is not nearly as much of a workout as felting some scrumptious slippers, say.
So come along, you'll be inspired!
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