Felt Bowls
with Amanda Donohue
Starts 17th Sep '22
10:00 am - 3:30 pm
$135.00 1 Class Sold Out

Starts 17th Sep '22

10:00 am - 3:30 pm
$135.00 1 Class Sold Out
This workshop is SOLD OUT. Please contact us to join waitlist.

Have you ever wanted to learn the ancient craft of Wet felting wool? This wonderful and versatile craft can be used to create both beautiful and functional objects.

In this full day workshop guided by textile artist, Amanda Donohue, you'll learn new skills and take away your own unique felt bowl.

To begin the session you'll create a piece of felt that can be used to make a wall hanging, cushion cover, journal cover, coasters, needle-case, small bag or other similar items. This step will teach the principles of wet felting ie how to lay out the wool tops, decorate your piece, then felt and full it.

Then after a lunch break you'll progress and everyone will make a small bowl using a resist felting technique. By the end of the class everyone will have created a piece of felt about 20cm square and a small bowl.

This workshop is a great opportunity to enjoy handmade processes and have fun learning how to continue these traditional crafts.



About Amanda Donohue
About Amanda Donohue
Amanda Donohue works as both a textile artist and printmaker. Amanda's printmaking and textile works are informed by multiple themes; the environment and in particular water, the domestic and popular culture. Amanda investigates these themes and images in connection to her own personal history. With a BA in Visual Arts (Honours in Printmaking) from the University of Sydney, Amanda has over 20 years experience. Amanda's work is collected in galleries throughout Australia and she exhibits regularly.

Workshop Schedule

What you get:
All materials and tools including wool tops in a variety of colours and threads to embellish two pieces.
What to bring:
A water bottle and snacks/lunch. (We have tea and coffee facilities)
About Amanda Donohue
About Amanda Donohue
Amanda Donohue works as both a textile artist and printmaker. Amanda's printmaking and textile works are informed by multiple themes; the environment and in particular water, the domestic and popular culture. Amanda investigates these themes and images in connection to her own personal history. With a BA in Visual Arts (Honours in Printmaking) from the University of Sydney, Amanda has over 20 years experience. Amanda's work is collected in galleries throughout Australia and she exhibits regularly.
About Amanda Donohue
Amanda Donohue works as both a textile artist and printmaker. Amanda's printmaking and textile works are informed by multiple themes; the environment and in particular water, the domestic and popular culture. Amanda investigates these themes and images in connection to her own personal history. With a BA in Visual Arts (Honours in Printmaking) from the University of Sydney, Amanda has over 20 years experience. Amanda's work is collected in galleries throughout Australia and she exhibits regularly.
  • Sample of student felt bowls.
  • Felt bowl created by Amanda Donohue.
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