September 10, 2013
Places are still available for this creative workshop on Monday 16th September. Suitable for all skill levels, I will be demonstrating how to wet felt the background of a picture (your choice), then show how to needle felt detail onto the dry felt. This part will have to be done at home when the felt is dry. I will need to have an idea of the picture you are planning so I can supply the colours! The completed picture can be framed or suspended from some dowel.
If you’d like more information please email me email@example.com
Book soon as places are limited!
7.00-9.15pm (2 ¼ hrs) at Brighton Road Baptist Church, Horsham Cost £18.00
More details here
September 2, 2011
Almost packed, yarn, dyed wools, felting needles,Jacko the pumpkin and foam mats. Just got to iron a few clothes then I can put my feet up for an hour or two.
July 28, 2011
I have just started to put together some needlefelting kits which are suitable for youngsters and adults. The kits contain all you need to make a unique piece of felt, either flat or 3D. The needles are very sharp so I recommend adult supervision and to have a box of plasters handy. All the fibres are washed and clean and dyed by me.
Make someone happy this school holiday when the weather is not nice enough to go outside. The kits are small enough to take on holiday too.
July 23, 2011
The village hall will be packed out today from 10am til 2pm with local clubs, businesses and societies most of which use the hall on a regular basis. I shall be there to promote my workshops and very local yarn from Roger and Dave.
July 4, 2011
May the 4th be with you! Enjoy free shipping on all orders placed today the 4th July in my shops-
Happy Independence Day!
June 4, 2011
All my etsy stock plus loads more will be with me at the Mansion market this Sat. Hopefully it will stay dry or I’ll be bringing soggy wool home! It’s a great market,Forest Row is a pretty little village with a couple of great coffee shops and a great craft shop.
March 7, 2011
Fresh from the dye pot, these gorgeous locks of Masham fleece are a felt makers dream. The fleece was incredibly dirty and full of brambles and burrs but I carefully washed and picked the fleece until most of the vegetation was out before I dyed the 2oz batches. At the last Mansion market some Japanese lasses told me that it is impossible to buy this kind of fleece in Japan so hopefully these will fly out the door!
Latest one is the palest mint cream green.
Masham fleece is amazing and spins fine too. These locks make great ‘hair’ for fairies!