Welcome to Wooliebacks
Scottish landscapes crafted in wool and silk
Forthcoming events for summer 2018
Inverness Highland Games - 21st July
Nairn Show - 28th July
Belladrum Festival 2nd Aug - 4th Aug
Edinburgh Fringe Festival, West End Church, Princes St. 13th - 19th Aug
Loch Ness Highland Games - 25th Aug
Inverness Farmer's Market - 1st Sept
Click on the symbols at the top of this page for links to Wooliebacks on Facebook, Pinterest and to my instructional video on YouTube.
Coming this October
Workshops in Inverness and Cromarty
Charleston Community Centre
10.00 - 12.00 October 20th 2018
Feltmaking workshop (particularly good for beginners)
£25 (£5 Deposit) Bring a towel. All other materials provided
Autumn Felting Workshop in Cromarty
At The Stables, Cromarty, jewel of the Black Isle in Highlands
27th October 10.00 - 16.00 £65 (£15 deposit to secure your place)
Learn how to make a landscape using wet felt & needlefelting techniques.
Wetfelting, needlefelting, free stitching and embroidery
Learn how to make and use prefelt & compose an eye catching landscape
All materials will be included in the price
What's not included:-
Please bring a packed lunch so that we can picnic outside, if the weather's nice
You'll need several towels
If you have a sewing machine that can free stitch, please bring it along
As seen on Kirstie's Handmade Christmas Crafts
Wednesday 20th December 2017 at 5pm Channel 4!
( I'm still on Channel 4 OD, Episode 8 Series 5)
Find out more at
Facebook - Sue's felted landscapes (wooliebacks)
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Paintings crafted from wool and silk in the Scottish Highlands
Workshops, special events, farmer's markets and local galleries
Felting stones outside Ceard gallery in Ullapool.
See also Facebook - Sue's felted landscapes (wooliebacks)
WANT TO LEARN HOW TO MAKE FELT?
Have you ever wanted to learn how to make felt? Once you've mastered the basics, you can make bags, ornaments, hats or if you're like me, pictures.
I love to teach other people how to use felting as a theraputic activity. If you'd like to learn the basic techniques that I use to make felt, then contact me at susufraser @gmail.com to find out about future workshops.
This felted picture was inspired by a painting by artist Christopher Osborne.
Sue Fraser - Textile Artist
Felted artwork inspired by and made in the stunning Scottish Highlands.
Please visit the forthcoming events page to find out where I'll be in the coming months and check out the shop, which is constantly changing, for gift ideas in a range of prices. You can purchase felted items such as keyrings, cards and bookmarks for as little as £3.50 from my stall at craft fairs in beautiful and sometimes rather cold, locations across the Highlands.
You can contact Sue at: firstname.lastname@example.org, on Facebook and on Twitter.
Facebook - Sue's Felted Landscapes - Wooliebacks