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Enjoy making a bag with a beautifully textured surface using natural fibres and fabrics. Combining wool, cotton or silks you will be shown how to use the nuno felting techniques to construct a seamless felted wool bag withor without integrated resist patterning within the surface. 


During the workshop you will learn how to -

  • Design and make your bag 
  • Made a resist pattern from a template to form your seamless bag
  • Create surface pattern and texture by using resist shapes and fabrics 
  • Make seamless 3d felt
  • Incorporate fabric texture using Nuno technique


This is a great day to expand your felt making skills - suitable for those with felt making experience and looking to expand their felting knowledge, as groups are kept small. The bag shape you make will vary depending on attendees expereince and design ideas. Once you have learnt the nuno and 3d resist skills you will be able to begin applying them to future projects, for instance cushions, purses and vessels.  You are welcome to bring along your own fabrics & yarns to decorate your bags surface or make use of thse we have.


Suitable for: Intermediates & Advanced Beginners. Please note this workshop requires attendee to have core felt making skills and some basic nuno experience. 


Please read the Workshop Terms & Conditions carefully before booking to familiarise yourself with our  Refund Policy, Use of Handouts & Designs, Photography & Recordings. By booking a place on our workshops you are agreeing to our Workshop Terms & Conditions. Thank you.

Nuno Felt Bag

  • Do I need to be able to felt to attend this workshop?

    Some sound knowledge of felt making is useful. It is advisable to have completed a basic Introduction to Feltmaking workshop and practiced the technique to an beginners+ / intermediate level before embarking on this workshop.

    What is provided in the workshop?

    All materials and equipment are provided. Illustrated handouts notes are offered to enable you to continue to practice what you learn during the workshop. I suggest you bring along a camera /camera phone to help your record the your work during the workshop.

    Do I need to bring anything?

    All the materials required for this workshop are supplied, however, if you have a stash of yarns, silk or cotton fabrics you would like to use, (and lets face it which of us that love textiles doesn’t?), you are very welcome to bring them along to incorporate into your bag.

    Bring a pack lunch. Light refreshments of tea, coffee and biscuits will be available throughout the day. We will take a break for lunch at a mutual agreeable time. If the weather is kind to use we will eat in the garden, alternatively we’ll have a lunch break in the studio.  Let me know if you have any dietary requirements so we can accommodate your needs.

    Wear old clothes and comfortable footwear and bring along an apron.  

    We have a selection of waterproof aprons for your use, but if you have a plastic apron you may wish to bring it to protect your clothing.

A most enjoyable day! Emma’s studio was warm and welcoming and was a lovely space in which to work. Emma was an excellent tutor, explaining each stage of the feltmaking process clearly and answering any questions that arose along the way. She provided a fantastic array of materials and taught us techniques for using them to best advantage .

— Chris -


A brilliant introduction into the amazing world of wet felting. Extremely well organised and delivered. Thoroughly enjoyable and Emma a great tutor.

-J. Cawood - 


—Chris - 

An extremely enjoyable course delivered in a simple and clear way. Each stage was explained thoroughly and backed up with further advice for improvement or alternative yarns / embellishments. A truly inspirational experience.

—Margaret - 

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