Lily necklace workshop
The class is now split into two four-hour sessions so that it is not too long. The timing of the workshop is evening in Europe, it is more suitable for European and American continent participants.
The consultation session on the following Saturday however will be timed for European morning time, making it more suitable for Far-East Asia and Australia participants!
ONLINE live “felting together” sessions
13th February 2021, Saturday,
5pm-9pm CET (8am-12am PST)
14th February 2021, Sunday,
5pm-9pm CET (8am-12am PST)
ONLINE consultation session:
20th February 2021, Saturday,
9am-11am CET (6pm-8pm in AEST)
What can you learn?
You can learn felting a small sized object
You can learn how to set a pebble into a felted nest
We will create a lily-shaped double layered nest around the pebble and we will link a tiny pebble to it
We’ll make a thin but durable felt string and decorate its endings with tiny pebbles
We’ll create an adjustable length string for the necklace
I’ll show why the final touches are important
Level of the workshop
This is a felting course for experienced felters.
Should you lag behind, later you can watch the full workshop again because we’ll record it – so you can work at your own pace.
The workshop package costs 130 EUR, which covers the following items.
Two sessions of live workshops, 4+4 hours
Photo-illustrated, printable PDF booklet…
The recorded material of the workshop…
2-hour live consultation session…
Access to a closed Facebook group…
How can I register
Purchase the workshop package in the online shop and you can join the online course! (The payment can be arranged using credit card, paypal account or via bank transfer.)
After completed purchase process you will receive a detailed guide about the whole online class.
You will get a secured link to a Zoom platform later, it will be activated on the morning of the workshop. Pls. check your mailbox (and spam folder also) to get all the letters regarding the course.
Reviews from the previous workshops
“What I loved about your workshop is that it was the next best thing to an in-person event. I loved seeing people as they were working, hearing the little comments and questions.”
“It was informative, well produced, technically well excellent and the pdf is incredible. But most importantly it was personal and warm so that I feel like I spent a lovely day with friends. I feel very privileged to have learnt from you Anikó …”
“I can not thank you enough for your teaching ability, Andrea’s beautiful translations and your attention to detail.”
“One of the best workshops I have done, certainly the best in organisation. Couldn’t fault it”
Some photos of my similar creations for inspiration…
If you’re interested, more details to come…
REQUIRED MATERIALS AND TOOLS
approx. 4-5 grams of each color (2 or 3 different colors) of extra fine wool (14 or 16 microns) – coarser wool will not deliver the same quality. If you prefer ombré (gradient) color, choose hand-dyed wool if possible!
3 small pebbles (for the end of the cords) and 1 larger (approx. 2×4 cm) for the necklace. They should not be heavy!
a small bowl with hot water in it
a pad with structured surface (or a damp kitchen towel, non-slip, etc.)
a tea-towel or towel
mosquito net or nylon curtain material (2 pieces of approx. 15 × 15 cm)
foam foil (0.5 – 1mm thick) can be replaced with a thicker plastic bag
white paper, pencil, pen
scissors with straight and curved blades
a measuring tape
a small piece of thin transparent household foil (5 × 5 cm)
a felting needle (optional)
You can follow the course with the help of ZOOM app / program, which you can download for free to both desktop and smartphone.
During the course, images from three cameras will be set up so that you keep a close eye on every detail. During the course, you can choose which camera to follow and, if you wish, you can even ask questions at specific times (both in writing and/or orally).
If you still can’t / will not want to work along with me, you will have the opportunity to finish the necklace later: the full recorded material of the course will be accessible for you from the day after the workshop (for 3 months), so you can watch it again without any restrictions. Six days after the workshop day (the following Saturday) I am inviting you for a consultation session where you will have the opportunity to ask questions and present your work if you wish.