Upcoming Workshops

felt fishFelt Fish

Tuesday, 15th September, 2020, 10am to 5pm

Online Workshop

Cost: £45 for the live session/£35 for the recorded session

Learn how to use a book resist with masking tape decoration to make a colourful, felt fish. The workshop will be held via Zoom with a recorded half hour introductory session to explain what wool you need to buy, how to prepare your design etc so you are ready to go for the actual workshop. The number of students will be capped to 8 for the live workshop, which I will then record for students that aren’t able to make the live session.

Further details and information on how to book, please email Mandy.


slashed felt fishSlashed Felt Fish

Wednesday, 16th September, 2020, 10am to 5pm

Online Workshop

Cost: £45 for the live session/£35 for the recorded session

Learn how to use a book resist with a slash/reveal decoration to make a colourful, felt fish.  The workshop will be held via Zoom with a recorded half hour introductory session to explain what wool you need to buy, how to prepare your design etc so you are ready to go for the actual workshop. The number of students will be capped to 8 for the live workshop, which I will then record for students that aren’t able to make the live session.

Further details and information on how to book, please email Mandy.


Mandy Nash felt bagFelt Bags

Saturday, 19th September, 2020, 10.30am to 4.30pm

Carmarthen

Cost: 

Using wet felting techniques, make a simple bag, which can be basic or complex depending on your experience You will learn how to lay down wool fleece using a resist to create three dimensional forms.  Your design could be a clutch bag but methods of making either integral or cord handles will also be explained.

Further details and information on how to book, please email Rachel Murphy on rachel@acgc.co.uk


pewter jewelleryPewter Jewellery

Saturday, 31st October 2020, 10.30am to 4.30pm

Carmarthen

Cost: 

A rather ancient technique, used by the Romans, it is very low tech and wonderful items of jewellery with a professional finish can be produced in a few hours. Students make moulds in plaster or cuttlefish to their own designs, then lead free pewter is poured into the moulds using hand gravity casting.  The moulds can be reused to make pendants, earrings, brooches, keyrings and fridges magnets.

Further details and information on how to book, please email Rachel Murphy on rachel@acgc.co.uk


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