Welcome to Wooliebacks
Scottish landscapes crafted in wool and silk
COVID-19, THINGS ARE GONNA BE DIFFERENT THIS YEAR
Hello and thank you for visiting my website. You won't be surprised to hear that I won't be attending many events this year with my felted paintings and I don't know when I'll be holding my next feltmaking workshop. In Inverness, along with the rest of the UK, we are about to enter our third week in lockdown, social distancing in order to slow down the spread of Coronavirus.
Thankfully, my family and friends are in good health at this time, however, my heart breaks for those who have lost loved ones during this terrible pandemic.
Although I have kits, I've decided not to sell by mail order as I want to minimise time spent away from home and also I'm busy working from home in my other job. I'm currently helping to maintain a database of people who have kindly volunteered to help others during the crisis.
So, let's hope that we can soon bid COVID-19 farewell, never to return, ready for us to get used to the new "normal". I don't know about you, but I hope that some good will come of our shared experience. I hope that communities will become stronger, kinder places and look forward to getting out and connecting with fellow crafters once again.
Stay safe and I'll see you on the other side!
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How do you make a Scottish landscapes from wool and silk?
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Kirstie's Handmade Christmas Crafts
Christmas Stocking Competition 2017
(I didn't win, but I had an amazing time!)
You can still see me on Channel 4 OD, Episode 8 Series 5
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Paintings crafted from wool and silk in the Scottish Highlands
Workshops, special events, farmer's markets and local galleries
Learn how to make felt in The Cabin
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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.
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