As promised photos from day two of the Yellow Poppies workshop in Hemmingby…..
Lou was the first to finish. Having worked so fast she even managed a second piece of work!
Lou’s Felted wallhanging with yellow 3D flowers
Janny’s Felted wallhanging with 3D red poppies
Zoe’s red poppy wallhanging
Trish’s sunflower wallhanging
Maggies floral wallhanging
June’s red poppies and dragonfly
Elaine’s Landscape with swan and dragonfly
Ellie and Brenda still have work in progress so I will add photos of their finished work as and when I get them.
Ellie’s Yellow Poppies work in progress
Many thanks to Ellie for inviting me over to Hemmingby and to all the ladies who took part. It’s probably too late to tell you now the workshops over but, as you may have already realised, felting is very addictive and can seriously improve your health….you’ve been warned!
Today was day one of the Yellow Poppies Workshop at Hemmingby Village Hall attended by nine enthusiastic ladies all keen to learn a new skill.
The morning was spent Wet Felting the backgrounds using three shades of Bergschaf wool. Once this was done the work was spun and put aside to dry while we had lunch.
This afternoon Lou and Jani chose to make additional pieces of felt to cut up to use as 3D flowers while the others got straight on with Needle Felting their flowers directly onto the background.
Tomorrow the ladies will continue embellishing their work with Needle Felting, couching, hand stitch and free machine embroidery.