Monday, January 14, 2013

Felting Workshop





I know most of my readers are too far away, but some may be interested in this. I am holding another felting workshop, in St. Catharines (Ontario, Canada) on January 27th.  It will be from 1pm to 5pm and we will be making scarves...

The first workshop was so much fun, I thought I would do it again.  Maximum of 5 felters, so email me right away if you can join the group.
Cost is $60 with me supplying everything you need to take home a scarf.  I also provide a printed version of instructions.  You could make more on your own!
  I have also been chatting with a gal who wants me to travel to Oakville to teach a workshop!  I like the idea, as long as the space will work.  We need enough large table space and access to hot water.
Think about it and let me know if you want to do this with me.... chris



8 comments:

Gill - That British Woman said...

popped by via Cindy's as I am a fellow blogger in Ontario. I am also your newest follower and someone who is attempting to learn to knit!!

Gill

Cindy@NorthofWiarton said...

Hi Chris, thanks for participating in the Ontario Blogger's Day. Hope you find a moment or two to stop over to visit everyone else who were also "linked" in. "Just Me"

Buttons said...

Oh your scarves are beautiful I love felting. B

chris said...

welcome fellow bloggers!

Razmataz said...

I would love to do this. Please keep me posted.

chris said...

Great Chania, if you want to do the January 27th workshop, email me at chrisknits@hotmail.com and I will confirm and send address and details. Love to have you included!
Chris

Paula said...

I'm dropping by from the Ontario Blogger day too. I love the inukshuk pattern. I'll have to make that for my sister's birthday. She has always loved rocks and often makes inukshuks.

Cathy Olliffe-Webster said...

Oh, those scarves are so funky and beautiful!!! You're obviously very talented! Dropping by in Cindy's Ontario Bloggers Day tour. Good luck in your workshop - yes, it's a long way for me to go and I'm completely UNcrafty, but I wish you nothing but luck! :)