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Wonderful workshops with Lyda Rump underway!

Wonderful workshops with Lyda Rump underway!

Sorry about the lack of posts since last Tuesday, I am TOTALLY engrossed in Lyda Rump’s visit and our wonderful felting workshops!  Lyda arrived from the airport on Wednesday and Thursday was spent together visiting Cushendale Woolen Mills and Kilkenny city.  In the late afternoon friend and Irish feltmaker Maureen arrived and the rest of the day was spent chatting and having a ‘show and tell’ of Lyda’s felt!  The following morning another felting friend Cristina arrived to stay and then we were all set for more friends and participants to come for the felted accessories workshop.

Gerd's glam brooch

Here are just two pictures from the first day’s workshop to tantalise you, full report and loads of pictures to follow over the next few days when I have time to stop and catch my breath! 

Detail from Maureen's neckpiece

Nicola Brown
  • Anna B
    Posted at 11:43h, 07 February Reply

    Wow , I’m amazed you found time to post at all! Looking forward to seeing more…

  • yvette
    Posted at 12:44h, 07 February Reply

    please give lyda a kiss from me…we are friends from Holland.
    You will have a spendid time with her!


  • Dawn Edwards
    Posted at 11:50h, 08 February Reply

    Good morning Nicola,

    Oh, I know that I’m not supposed to be envious and jealous, so I’m going to have to put that on my list of things to work on today, because I am just the teensiest bit green with envy! Well, having your posts to read and lovely pictures to see is the next best thing to being there, so I’ll anxiously await your next installment. I know that you’ll make the most wonderful creations to show us. Just think of me here sitting by my computer, all green, with my big cup of coffee in hand, waiting for your next post…But, don’t feel any pressure to hurry:-)


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