Course Summary

Learn the basic techniques of needle felting, how to make three dimensional shapes, join shapes, add surface details and create unique little felted animal sculptures of your own design. We will work through the design process to teach you skills that will enable you to make virtually anything with needle felting. You will take home your own unique needle felted creation. Kit (needles, wool, foam pad) included in course fee. Join us for a fun and creative session!

Course Sessions

Saturday, 22nd October - 1 class

Session ID HVZ52804C
22 Oct - 22 Oct 10:00am - 3:00pm
Location CBD
Session Fees
$185 / $176 (conc)
Carolyn Large

In this class, students will learn the basic techniques of needle felting, how to make three dimensional shapes, join shapes and how add surface details. 

Students gain felting skills that they can continue to use at home for additional projects, as well as taking home their own unique needle felted creation.

There is no prerequisite for enrolling in this course. Suited to those with an interest in craft activities and perhaps looking for something just a little bit different, as well as students with a specific interest in needle felting. Beginners are welcome as this is very much a hand-on course where students are guided through the needle felting process.

Carolyn Large is a practising artist and textile artist, located in the beautiful Macedon Ranges and is a member of both the Woodend Art Group and the Sunbury Art Society. Carolyn regularly participates in exhibitions, the most recent at Woodend, Sunbury, Trentham, Melbourne City Library and the Hume Council’s Gee Lee-Wick Doleen Gallery.

As a textile artist, Carolyn specialises in needle felting and has achieved commercial success in both 3-D and 2-D felting. She continues to expand her skills in “painting” with wool to produce works of beauty that reflect the natural environment. With her art work, Carolyn specialise in portraiture, pet portraiture and landscape genres and works primarily in charcoal, soft pastel, acrylic and oil paint.

Students will be provided with a kit. They are welcome to bring additional items to the class such as fibre (Corriedale or roving wool).

Last updated: September 29, 2022 04:39pm