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Felted Slipper boots – working with “resist”


Make some warm winter slippers!  These are the best slippers, made from 100% Merino wool they allow your feet to breath whilst keeping them toasty warm.

This class is not for the faint hearted and so I have broken it up over two days.


All materials you need on the day are supplied, with a large range of colours.


Dates: Saturday 27 July and Sunday 28 July 9.30am-1pm   (Please note this was originally in June I have had to change the dates)

Cost: $230.00 per person, includes all materials, two days tuition and morning tea.

Maximum of 4 people.

What to bring: scissors, old bath towel, recycled plastic shopping bag.

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In this class I cover the technique of using “resist” in felt making to create a three dimensional object, in this case slipper boots.   Once you have learnt how to use “resist” in felt making there really is no limit to what you can make.   “Resist” is when you use a piece of flexible material that prevents the wool fibres from felting to itself.


Day 1:

On the first day you will be creating a template of your own foot from flexible plastic.  Choosing colours and laying out your wool and design.  Wetting down and beginning the rolling/felting process.


Day 2:

Second day you will be continuing with the rolling and felting process.  Then completing your project by moulding your slippers around your foot.




Yes we make them flat and joined together!




Terms and Conditions:

Full payment is required at the time of booking.
Class fees will be refunded or alternative date offered if the class is cancelled by The Fabric and Felt Studio.
There will be a $50.00 cancellation fee for any cancellation with the remaining fee refunded if cancelled within 7 days
Alternatively the class can be gifted to a friend should you not be able to make it.
No refund will be offered once the class or class course has begun.

Additional information


Friday 21 June 9.30am-12.30pm, Saturday 13 July 1-4pm, Saturday 17 August 1-4pm, Friday 13 September 9.30am-12.30pm, Saturday 5 October 9.30am-12.30pm