NEEDLE FELTED FISHING GNOME- Steffi Stern, The Makerss- 12.30
Learn how to needle felt this fun little gnome character complete with fetching wellington boots (colour may vary) and a fish at the end of his rod.
Steffi will teach you techniques to achieve basic shapes, build bulk and sculpt with super-fast felting wool, whilst adding colours and features just by using a felting needle.
Steffi’s style is supportive, encouraging and fun filled. Take your needle felted gnome home together with an Eco wool felting mat, felting needles and full colour step-by-step instructions. The finished size is about 15cm tall.
Not suitable for children under 16 years.
Meet the Tutor
German born Steffi Stern is a craft enthusiast and has been crafting for as long as she can remember. In 2010 Steffi turned her passion into her profession when she opened her first craft shop in Gloucestershire.
Fast forward to today and she now runs the successful craft business The Makerss. She has written four books on needle felting and doll making. Steffi loves combining her business experience with her passion of crafting and helping others to realise their creativity. Steffi’s teaching style is supportive, encouraging and fun filled.
Gilly Thomson specialises in beautiful Hungarian blue and white quilts. The blue and white resist printed cotton fabrics come in hundreds of patterns and are colourfast and fade resistant – This is a unique opportunity to buy at reduced prices, as her website is closing down.
We did this for the first time in November and it was absolutely worth it! Bought VIP again for March 🙂
– Beth Pinky JenkinsonCompany1
Linzi Upton is an award winning longarm quilter, teacher, author, blogger and videographer who loves to travel and experiment with textiles. She has taught patchwork and quilting workshops throughout the UK, Germany, France, USA and on board a cruise ship to Norway. Linzi has a great rapport with her students of all ages and abilities.
Don’t miss our exciting selection of Make & Takes. Each mini-workshop can be found and booked on exhibitors stands and often cost less than £5 – a great way to try before you buy! We advise booking at your selected stand on arrival at the show to secure your place. Choose from:
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Guilded are a group of Art Quilters and Textile Artists who met while studying City and Guilds courses in stitched textiles. The group hopes to show you a variety of different styles.
Tryst Patchwork first met in Edinburgh in 2002 and so are celebrating 20 successful years of sociable learning and sewing for themselves and others. Their annual challenge, named after one of our founder members, Rita Lawson, used ‘Celebrating Twenty’ as the theme in 2021/22. These mini quilts will be displayed on the stand. The group meets twice weekly and has a waiting list for membership.
The Glasgow Gathering has been meeting in Glasgow for 20 years. Their members have a wide range of quilting experience and styles, from traditional to contemporary/modern. They meet every month in Scotstoun, with guest speakers and social events. Visitors are always welcome.