Join Horst in Ireland and design, felt and dye your own unique duster or jacket!!!!! We should get time to make a sleeveless top, matching bag or funky wrap too!!!!!!!

Well, at last I have the details ready for Horst’s amazing workshop here in Ireland!  I am so lucky to have had the experience with Dawn last year when we spent time with him at his home in Ohio, I just know that it is going to be amazing for all of us in Ireland that we are the first stop on Horst’s first trip to Europe!!!!!

Horst Couture

I had been wracking my brain trying to cover all eventualities and look at the pricing structure to keep the costs as affordable as possible for all potential participants.  We need space (which I have to hire) if a lot of us are going to be laying out large pieces all at the same time, we need countless kilos of white wool in order for everyone to make a duster or jacket (in addition to a second item!!!), we need good food to keep us all going, we need many metres of resist material, we need washing machines and dryers, we need electricity for the many sanders and we need a simple dying station where Horst will show us how he creates his beautiful colours!

I am thrilled to say that I finally think everything is sorted out and the price for the three day workshop including ALL materials will be 370 Euros, participants also have the option of a wonderful Spanish lunch each day and that will be an extra 10 Euros per person per day if chosen.  Considering that one of Horst’s amazing dusters may cost between $1800 and $2200 if purchased I think 370 Euros is a steal for the opportunity to work with him to create your very own wearable masterpiece!!!  Not only will participants design and felt their own duster (or short jacket if they prefer), using Horst’s methods everyone should also have time to felt either a sleeveless vest or possibly a funky bag or wrap too!!!!! 

The workshops will take place from Friday 17th June to Sunday 19th June and times will be from 10 am until approx 5 pm each day.  We may decide to start earlier for the second and third days but that will be a decision taken collectively once the workshop starts, I don’t want anyone to feel under pressure but I do want everyone to be able to complete at least one absolutely stunning garment!!! 

Vest

Obviously it is an advantage to have felting experience but because of the way Horst works if anyone is just starting out as a felter please don’t hesitate to join us, you will be amazed at what you can create under Horst’s watchful eye!  I now need to email everyone individually who has already expressed an interest in attending, for everyone else spaces are strictly limited so please email me asap if you would like the chance to join us at Clasheen.  One last note, the workshop venue will be near my studio but not actually here at my house.  We need SPACE for this workshop so I have a provisional venue booked close at hand, next week I will be making sure that everything is up to speed, the details will all go on the workshop page then but for now, BOOKING IS UNDERWAY!!!!!

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4 thoughts on “Join Horst in Ireland and design, felt and dye your own unique duster or jacket!!!!! We should get time to make a sleeveless top, matching bag or funky wrap too!!!!!!!

  1. Good morning Nicola and Horst, too,

    Hope you’ll have time to take lots of pictures in between all of that Horst-style felting fun. You know that I’ll be itching to see all of the goings-on. Will be a wonderful time for all.

    Hope you have a great weekend.

    Big hugs,
    Dawn

  2. Nicola I would absolutely LOVE to come to this workshop… I just cant afford it at the moment unfortunately. Id have to buy a passport 🙂 for starters & with travel etc… I think the workshop price you have is really good though. And I so want to visit Ireland. I think you are close to where my maternal grandfather came from – Blanchardstown, so it would be really nice to come over.
    Hoping it goes really well & Horst comes over again
    x

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  4. I’am glad that you were able to work out all the details from the flood of information – good you have mentioned it too on your blog. It inspire me too to write an article on my blog. We keep in thouch!

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