I teach felting to adults and children, either at my home workspace, at festivals and fairs, or schools.

Summer 2017, felt making at Dartington with KEVICC students,working on a large piece of felt to give to the Deer Park project at Dartington.

Below are some photos from my felt making workshop at the Hullabaloo, Port Eliot festival 2015-17


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Some photos of my needlefelting workshop at Sustainable South Brent’s Wood Fair. It was an inspirational event with plenty going on.











Below is a photo of the smallest feltmaking workshop area I’ve ever had! A suitcase on a table.Top. Holifield camping weekend.IMG_9487




Some photos from Port Eliot 2014…Spot the little girl hiding from the bear











I’ve added a link to Embercombe. Felting workshop at the Apple, Pumpkin and Pizza Fair. We had an amazing day making felt bean pods and apple pots…

I’ve included some photos of feltmaking workshops during the summer. It’s funny that however much I enthuse about the local natural wools, people generally are drawn to the brighter coloured merino wools. They are easy to felt and not too hairy. Some indigenous wools are labour-intensive and rough, a bit off-putting for little hands. Photos from Embercombe summer fair, Dormouse pod making workshop in Buckfastleigh community garden and a Wool event at Coldharbour Mill, Uffculme in Devon.

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