Cute bunnies made of wool balls are a quick miracle to create in just an hour.
In this workshop, we will create cute little bunnies from ordinary wool balls using the wet felting technique. You can easily create all kinds of bunnies from simple shapes and turn them into festive souvenirs, pocket toys or pretty accessories.
You can work with any wool, although fine fibres are preferred for delicate accessories. The project is not complicated and countless characters can be made from it. Suitable for beginners. I think children might enjoy such a project too.
In the workshop, I will show from beginning to end how to felt a bunny in different variations. We will work together in a live livestream. The livestream time is 1,5 hours.
What do we need?
You can make a fluffy body by adding some alpaca fleece or angora rabbit down, for example. You will need a small cat brush to brush up the fluffy surface of the finished bunny.
You can find pattern and list of necessary tools and materials here.
When will the workshop be held?
The workshop will be held live in your personal account on December 17 at 15:00 Helsinki time (GMT+2). Join me, let’s felt together!
How to join the livestream?
To join the livestream you just need to do a simple registration on the website (you name, email and create your own password for setting your personal account). As soon as you register, you have a personal account on my website, where all the livestreams take place and all your purchased and free learning materials are stored. A recording of this livestream and workshop will also be stored there. In your personal account, select the sheep livestream picture, click on it, and it will take you to the livestream page. Have a good creative time!
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Patterns and lists of necessary equipment and materials are included with the workshops.Register