FElting with wool


Skill Share Workshop description

In this workshop we have the opportunity to work with both wet and needle felted processes to transform fluffy sheep’s wool into beautiful felted items. Projects will be open to the student to decide and participants will receive 150 grams of wool to use in their projects. Suggested projects include: a pouch/purse, a vessel/bowl, a basket liner (bring your own basket), toys, sculptures, dryer balls. Samples and books will be available for inspiration.

Instructor Bio


agnes niewiadomski

Agnes is a visual artist (OCAD Sculpture/Installation grad), small business owner and camp director of Mindful Makers. She offers hands-on arts programming to kids and adults in and around Waterloo Region through day camps, workshops, festival events, craft kits, and her locally produced TV Show!

Agnes is passionate about teaching hands-on skills and spreading the joy of making through a multitude of crafting methods including: sewing, printmaking, felting, dyeing, weaving, electronics, 2D and 3D modeling, sculpture, mold making + casting, book binding, papermaking cardboard and paper crafts. Many of her projects are now available as at-home kits and can be ordered through her website: www.mindfulmakers.ca

Cost: $100

Date: May 20 -23

Group Size: 10 Participants

Contact: [email protected]