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Wet Felt: Felting a Pair of Tabandy Funky Wool Boots

July 14 @ 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm

$95

In this two and half hour workshop, you will learn how to turn a two-dimensional pattern into a three-dimensional Pair of Funky Wool Boots for winter hosted by Tabitha from Tabandy Farm.

This innovative class welcomes people of all ages. All materials are included such as the Boot pattern, wool, grippy mat, boot molds (your own feet), and soap. Felting is the ancient art of making a wool fabric or sculpture with wool or fibre using heat, friction and/or water with soap. 

Additional Information:

  • This workshop will take place on the 14 July Creative Fibre Event at the Old Bus Depot Markets
  • Beginners are welcome – no previous experience necessary
  • Please bring a copy of your confirmation email either print out or on mobile

ABOUT TABANDY FARM

Tabandy Farm specialises in homegrown wool and fibre for spinners, felters, weavers, textile artists and craftspeople. Their wool is grown from Licorice-all-sorts flock of rescued and pre-loved sheep, and they support Australian farmers of rare sheep breeds in the Bega Valley. 

Tabandy Farm offers expertise in choosing the right wool for your project. They also custom design and create beautiful clothing, accessories and home wares. River Cottage Australia and the Australian Permaculture Festival in Canberra hs featured Tabandy Farm.

See more of Tabandy Farm through their website, Facebook, or Instagram. See samples of their tutorial videos on their YouTube page.

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Details

Date:
July 14
Time:
1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Cost:
$95
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Organiser

Old Bus Depot Markets
Phone:
02 6295 3331
Website:
https://obdm.com.au

Venue

Old Bus Depot Markets
21 Wentworth Ave
Kingston, ACT 2604 Australia
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Phone:
02 6295 3331
Website:
https://obdm.com.au

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