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Welcome to Wooliebacks

Scottish landscapes crafted in wool and silk

some inexpensive gifts for the pop-up shop

COVID-19 update 12th July 2020

Greetings from Inverness

I hope that this update finds you safe and well. We are just coming out of lockdown after almost 4 months in quarantine. Naturally, I haven't held any workshops or attended any events, although I have made cheese, bathbombs, a bench and lots of delicious baked goods. The felting hasn't been forgotten though and I recently made a rather rough, yet cosy, rug from a Herdswick fleece.

Hopefully I'll be back out there soon. Plans are being made to bring back the Inverness Farmer's Market with social distancing measures in place. Also Airbnb Experiences are supporting hosts like myself to prepare a safe environment for workshops. You can see more on their website with details of special discounts for group bookings.

You can see some of the pictures that will be on sale on my Facebook page, Sue's Felted Landscapes (Wooliebacks). 

Stay safe!





Contact Sue at susufraser@gmail.com

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How do you make a Scottish landscapes from wool and silk?

Click on the symbols at the very top of this page for links to Wooliebacks on Facebook, Pinterest and to my instructional video on YouTube.


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







             Find out more at

Facebook - Sue's felted landscapes (wooliebacks)

susufraser@gmail.com or susufraser@aol.com

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


         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.





Evening Feast

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.

You can contact Sue at: susufraser@gmail.com, on Facebook and on Twitter.

click here to see the gallery.


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