Perfect for hand felting, hand spinning and many other uses, these beauties area a combination of dyed merino wool tops (70%) and tussah silk (30%) to create a rainbow blend with a silky sheen
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Just a fraction of the new felting fibres in today including merino, Blue Faced Leicester etc
Coming in colourful, assorted brocades, these adorable dumpling cases contains six yarn ball stitch markers. Simply squeeze the case to open and release to close. They are approximately 3″ long and just under 2″ at the widest point.
The Yarn Ball Stitch Markers contained in the dumpling, come in various colours and will fit needle sizes up to 15US/10mm.
By applying little drops of this latex onto slippers, socks etc you create a sturdy, abrasion-resistant sole. Suitable for use on wool, cotton, felt or acrylic.
Holly Angle is back with her feltmaking classes on Thursday mornings from 10.30 to 1pm. We have some beautiful samples in the shop of what will be made in class. Contact Holly on 085 1452 288 for information or to book
We will be resuming felting class from Thurday June 13th next.
Join Holly Angle (a member of Feltmakers Ireland) on Thursday, 13th June at 10.30 am for a 2-hour class to make a beautiful felt brooch. Create multi-layered brooches with wool, silk, cotton and many other fibres. No sewing is required for this amazing class
Venue: The Constant Knitter, 88 Francis Street, Dublin 8
Date: 13th June, 2013
Time: 10.30 am to 12.30
Cost: E30 per session or E100 for 4 classes (all materials included)
Enrol: Holly 085 145 2288 or email@example.com
Please book at least 3 days in advance. Limit of 8 per session
These beautiful puppets were designed and hand made in Ireland by Jean. Each puppet is made with pure Merino wool and the clothes are made from felt and recycled silk. The puppets have very fine movements and are all completely individual. They made their debut at the Wexford Opera Festival 2012!