Workshops

Wild Woolly Heads

Introduction to Needle Felting

Level 1

Trending at present is a new craft ‘needle felting’.  Learn how to make realistic animals with Di Conroy a fiber artist, who studied this amazing skill while living in Tokyo for 16 yrs.  This class is for beginners and you will be given step to step instructions and guidance in how to make this cute little chick. During the talk Di will give advice on how to create more realistic and lifelike creatures.

What you will learn

Knowledge of the right wools to use for different projects.

Instruction on the right gauge of needle to use and when.

Basic body shaping, proportions and how to get a realistic shape.

How to blend wools.

How to build character into a face.

Date, Time, Address

 Sunday 3 Oct, 2021

2pm – 4.30pm

28 St Leonards Street, Coorparoo

Materials

All tools and materials will be supplied.

Tools: Rice bags, high quality needles, wooden needle holders, pliers and scissors.

Materials:  Finest Australian and NZ 100% merino and corriedale wools.

Students can make this cute little chick to take home.

Workshop cost

2.5hrs tuition:   $75 per student

Minimum : 4

Maximum: 6

Wild Woolly Heads

Introduction to Needle Felting

Level 1

Trending at present is a new craft ‘needle felting’.  Learn how to make realistic animals with Di Conroy a fiber artist, who studied this amazing skill while living in Tokyo for 16 yrs.  This class is for beginners and you will be given step to step instructions and guidance of how to make this cute little fox at home. During the talk Di will give advice on how to create more realistic and lifelike creatures.

What you will learn

Knowledge of the right wools to use for different projects.

Instruction on the right gauge of needle to use and when.

Basic body shaping, proportions and how to get a realistic shape.

How to blend wools.

How to build character into a face.

Date, Time, Address

 Saturday 2 Oct, 2021

2pm – 4.30pm

28 St Leonards Street, Coorparoo

Materials

All tools and materials will be on display.

Tools: Rice bags, high quality needles, wooden needle holders, and scissors.

Materials:  Finest Australian and NZ 100% merino and corriedale wools.

Students can make this cute little Fox Kit that can be  use as a pin cushion,

pinned to a hat or handbag, hung from a door handle or Xmas tree.

Payment

Please pay in the shop

Workshop cost

2.5hrs tuition:   $75 per student

Minimum : 4

Maximum: 6

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