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Needle Felt Moon Gazing Hare Workshop

Date

Start time

10.30am

End time

2.30pm

Using a range of beautiful carded wools you will create your own mounted Moongazing Hare.  
 

There are only 10 places so you will get a fully supported opportunity to learn and experiment. The aim is to relax and enjoy the process. 

This will involve a fair amount of wrapping and sculpting so you will need a reasonable level of dexterity.

We will be using hare brown or white carded wool and making felted eyes.

 You will need to bring a packed lunch and refreshments as the cafe is not open at the weekend. 

The Hub has access for those who use wheelchairs.  My courses are aimed to be inclusive so please let me know if there is anything I can do to ensure you are fully supported.  Needle Felting is a great craft for helping with mental health and as I sufferer I am keen to support others to find the joy this craft can bring.  I ask all my participants to be mindful of themselves and others within the group.  

Please note the following 

This course is aimed at adults.  Children over 10 will need to be accompanied by a participating adult and will need to be able to concentrate for 4 hours at a time. 

£2.70 from each place goes to a local environmental project. 

Please message me with any questions.

I can rerun this course if there is a lot of interest.  So please don’t be disheartened if you cannot make this date. 

 

Level: Crafty beginner 

 

Location

Penparcau Community Hub
Penparcau Road
Aberystwyth
SY23 1RU
United Kingdom

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£27.00

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