cancelled - Wet Felt: A Tabandy Nuno Felted Patterned Scarf

In this two and half hour workshop, you will learn how to use wool on silk to create a beautiful and fashionable scarf for winter.
 
This innovative class welcomes people of all ages. Wool in a variety of colours, as well as silk, will be provided to complete a designer felt scarf. All other materials will be included too such as a grippy mat 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 be held at the Old Bus Depot Markets
  • Beginners are welcome - no previous experience necessary
  • Children need to be accompanied by an adult

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. They have been featured in River Cottage Australia and the Australian Permaculture Festival in Canberra.
 
See more of Tabandy Farm through their websiteFacebook, or Instagram. See samples of their tutorial videos on their YouTube page.
 
 
If you encounter any issues with purchasing tickets for this event, please inform the Old Bus Depot Markets Team at info@obdm.com.au or 02 6295-3331.

Fabulous Felted Flower Brooch by Creative Silk

In this two-hour workshop, participants will learn how to layout wool onto silk and the process of wet felting.

Craft a beautiful 3D flower brooch into bloom. This is complete with attaching stamens and a stem. The ticket price covers all materials. Other colurways are available. Please see Creative Silk at stall 142 at the Old Bus Depot Markets for samples.

 

Additional Information:

  • The workshop will be held at the Old Bus Depot Markets
  • Adult supervision is required for those under 16 years

ABOUT LYNNE AND CREATIVE SILK

Lynne Sanders is a permanent stallholder and has attended the Old Bus Depot Markets since its inception in 1994. She is a silk painter, machine embroiderer and has been felting for over 15 years. She is deeply passionate about the combination of fine silks with merino wool and uses them extensively in her work as well as silk  and other exotic fibres

Find out more about Lynne and her works by visiting her website www.creativesilk.com.au and by following her business' Facebook page @CreativeSilk and Instagram page @CreativeSilk1.

 

 

In the event that this workshop is fully booked, please fill in our Workshops Expression of Interest. If we get a considerable amount of expressions, we will be in touch with the tutor and keep you updated.

If you encounter any purchasing issues, please contact the Old Bus Depot Markets team at info@obdm.com.au or 02 6295-3331 from 9am-5pm, Tuesdays-Thursdays.


Wet Felt: A Tabandy Nuno Felted Patterned Scarf

In this two and half hour workshop, you will learn how to use wool on silk to create a beautiful and fashionable scarf for winter.
 
This innovative class welcomes people of all ages. Wool in a variety of colours, as well as silk, will be provided to complete a designer felt scarf. All other materials will be included too such as a grippy mat 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 be held at the Old Bus Depot Markets
  • Beginners are welcome - no previous experience necessary
  • Children need to be accompanied by an adult

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. They have been featured in River Cottage Australia and the Australian Permaculture Festival in Canberra.
 
See more of Tabandy Farm through their websiteFacebook, or Instagram. See samples of their tutorial videos on their YouTube page.
 
 
If you encounter any issues with purchasing tickets for this event, please inform the Old Bus Depot Markets Team at media@obdm.com.au or 02 6295-3331.