Needle Felt a Dog Workshop at The Exmouth Arms
Saturday 22nd March 2pm – 5pm
Learn how to needle felt a 3D sculpture of a dog!
If you have a particular dog you would like to make please bring photos or there will be visual references available.
This class is limited to 8 people and is not suitable for under 12s.
To book or for further information please email email@example.com
Cost: £30 (includes all materials and tools)
Workshop is at the The Exmouth Arms, 167 Bath Road, Cheltenham, GL53 7LX
Here are a selection of the baubles that I have been making.
Recently I have been a bit quiet on the blog as I have been making some little dogs and running around after an ever more active small person! Here is a small selection of what I have been doing..
This is very exciting times. Dixie and Percy in their sporty red car are now off to Waterstones Piccadilly to go on display. They will be there for most of August i have been told. They are then off to do a little tour around the country. You can see them setting of on their travels on Clara’s blog:
Hurrah the circus is complete!
I would like to thank my very clever parents for the tent. My father constructed the frame and my mother made the fabric while I watched in awe and learnt a thing or two.
All the animals are made to the 1/12 scale so that they are all in proportion to each other.
It’s been a very fun project and it has now gone off to its new home.
Here is the tiger which has come along to join the circus. I enjoyed layering the colours and adding the stripes.
I have been making a horse to join the circus. Initially it was white but I was asked to make it skewbald. What’s that I wondered. I looked it up on the Internet and thought ahhh cow markings. I was not totally convinced I had done it correctly so I turned to the all knowledgable twitter. I then spent the evening learning about the difference between skew and pie bald thanks to Maggie and Alice Arnold.