Slow progress and a workshop
I am writing this Sunday evening. My plan was to work on my cowl this afternoon. But after lunch, I just didn’t have any energy to do it, so after an incredibly busy week of baking, I decided on a nap instead. So at this point, I have nothing to show you about that.
I have booked a little hall for a workshop though. I had a request for a cat cave class. I am not sure I will get enough people to join as we have a short timeline. I have to have 4 people to run the class( 6 is the maximum) and I need them by Oct 9 so we can order the wool and get it here on time. her is the spiel Jan did for me for the class. the one I wrote up was boring. For those who don’t know where I hale from it is just outside Ottawa Ontario Canada. I included that info with all the shared posts on Facebook. it is a personal pet peeve of mine when people don’t post where it is for non-locals. Do you have any idea how many Perths and Cornwalls there are around the world? I have gotten all excited, only to find something is in Perth Australia or Cornwall, California USA?
Cat Cave Workshop
Do you have a present for that hard to shop for Cat on your Christmas list? Have you tried all the toys but are still being snubbed? I may have a solution for you! Have you considered making the perfect cat cave for your perfect cat? Whether you have a big or small cat if they like curling up and sleeping in cozy spaces then a cat cave may be your solution.
There will be a group order of wool (Finn) and consultation in creating your resist. Sign up quickly we have limited space so we can be socially distanced while we are felting together. Properly Fitting masks are required, and we will have our hands in warm soapy water!!
Wool: Finn (Pre-workshop group order) 1-4 KG depending on size and thickness of cat cave shapee.
When: Nov 7-8th 2020
Where: Pierces Corners Hall (Near North Gower, I will supply directions)
Cost: $100 plus costs of wool and a portion of shipping and duties
Suitable for enthusiastic beginners and people that have felted before.
Sign up soon and do not disappoint your cat, no one wants an unhappy cat Christmas morning.
To sign up or if you have any questions, please email me email@example.com
I added some pictures of course
10 thoughts on “Slow progress and a workshop”
The after lunch nap is very seductive!
We hope you manage to run your class – it would be a good way to get together in this isolating time.
That’s an amazing sea creature/cat cave – what a beauty! But it must have been back-breaking to make.
The nap really was seductive. I slept the whole afternoon away. Yes, small class with lots of distance will be fun. Jan’s giant cave did take an extra day and a trip through my dryer with some nubby therapy balls. Mostly it take perseverance to roll it and toss it long enough.
Looks like a fun class. And everyone deserves a nap after a long week.
Thanks Ruth. I hope we can do it. Naps seem like such a waste of time. There are things to do. Ye, I know you can get more done if you are well rested.
This will be such a fun workshop, the design options are endless. fingers crossed you get to run it.
It is fun. I talk to students before the class but the first part of the class is figuring out the template.
you mite get another Colicanth-cave if your very unlucky? It was a vary fun workshop and i hope my Neece gets to make one when her swimming skedual alows! Thanks for teaching it!!
Your fish was a challenge but that’s part of the fun. I hope she can come play felting with us sometime. She is a very busy young lady.
Good luck with your class. What is a nap? Not familiar even though I’m tired all the time. Lucky you!
Thanks “Anonymous”, naps are a rare beast and few and far between.