Announcing felt bag workshop at Clasheen and some pictures from Borris Active Retirement!

Not so simple, not so complex, I am delighted to announce that I will be facilitating a ‘felt bag workshop’ here at Clasheen on Saturday 19th March!  This is the perfect opportunity for improving felters to explore the possibilities of designing bags with integrated handles, pockets, flaps and interesting closures.  We will discuss and examine some of my own work and then each participant will design and felt a small or medium sized bag of their own!  Please check out the workshop page for further details and email me asap if you would like to attend this workshop, I have only 3 places left!!!

Mena having a laugh with Dorothy and Mary while working on her first felt beret!

I am a little tired today both mentally and physically, all morning I have been fine tuning several proposals and still haven’t unloaded the truck from yesterday’s session with the Borris Active Retirement Group!  Before I head off to do that now I am going to leave you with a fun picture and if you head over to Flickr you will see some more images of the beautiful work all these ladies are creating!!!

3 thoughts on “Announcing felt bag workshop at Clasheen and some pictures from Borris Active Retirement!

  1. Good morning,

    Well I would imagine that you are tired after completing the largest vessel to ever grace the face of the earth;-) I was beginning to think that you had super-human powers… Hope you’re able to squeeze a bit of rest in today.

    I absolutely love the felt creations that your students from the Borris Active Retirement Group made… Fantastic…Some very talented felters in that group!

    Always fun to start my day with your posts.

    Big hugs,

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