I’m teaching a special needle felting workshop soon in Springfield MO at @cultureflocksgf! On Oct 27, we’ll learn how to Paint With Wool with the option of adding a design to a pillow! This new sloth pattern will be available then too. 😍 All supplies included, all skill levels welcome. There are a few spots left—link in profile.
After this workshop, my last workshop of 2018 is near DALLAS on Nov 9. That one is filling fast!
Starting work on another commissioned portrait! Does anyone else always stick to the same order of finishing?? I always start with the eyes, then the nose and ears, then the background and finish with the animals fur! 🐶
Thank you, Cincinnati and St. Louis friends for the amazing workshops this weekend!! I always leave workshops with such a full heart. Meeting you all and teaching you a new form of artistic self expression brings me so much joy. Thanks for being open to trying something new and trusting me to guide you into the felting world. PS-If you live in/near Cincinnati, you should give @fernshopcincinnati a visit—stunning shop run by amazing women. 🌱💚 #goodnaturedworkshop#paintingwithwool
Another commission complete, can’t wait to be able to show you all the full portrait as soon as my lovely customer has received it!! I hope you have all had a wonderful weekend! Commissions open in my Etsy shop now 😘
Today day 11 is about our favourite tools so Im going to do 2 pictures about this as i have my favorites for my needle felting and my lampshades. So J need to talk about the fabulous mix of Irish wools and Merinos they are soft and textured and come in a caroety of colours. My obession for threads has to be mentioned in this post as I machine and hand stitch into most of my projects, my felting tools and embellisher. All these tools allow me to create fabulous felted pictures not only for me but I use these all on my needle felting workshops. So other people can experience and learn the joy of how to needlefelt. #day11#igchallenge#favouritetools#31daysofbealice#fabricateireland#needlefelting#paintingwithwool