Needle Felt Masterclass and Kit: Create joyous botanical displays for your home

  • Course level: All Levels

About Course

Discover new and exciting felt-making and textile design techniques and create three stunning felt flower displays in this jam-packed online craft course. You’ll learn from the ground up, so it doesn’t matter how much experience you have when beginning this course. By the end you’ll have an in-depth understanding of the needle punching technique, as well as the skills to develop your very own needle punched felt products!

Description

Included in this course are the material kits for all three projects, these will be posted out to you and will contain all of the materials Rachel used to create these designs (apart from a punch tool and brush mat, available to purchase through my shop).

This course will walk you through all of the steps required to create handmade textile product designs. Rachel will show you how to create one flower design with the idea that you then go away to make more. This project will take roughly 1.5-2hrs to complete.

In each tutorial, you will learn something different and Rachel will also share lots of tips and tricks including:

  • The recommended way of cutting out shapes from fabric
  • What type of paper to use for your templates
  • The best equipment to use when creating your flower designs
  • How to make your designs stand upright and make them look realistic

By the end of this course, you’ll have an in-depth understanding of how and why needle felting and punching works, as well as the necessary skills to create your very own felt products.

Contents and Overview

This course will walk you through all of the steps required to create three handmade textile product designs. Rachel will show you how to create one flower design with the idea that you then go away to make more. Each project will take roughly 1.5-2hrs to complete.

In each tutorial, you will learn something different and Rachel will also share lots of tips and tricks including:

  • The recommended way of cutting out shapes from fabric
  • What type of paper to use for your templates
  • The best equipment to use when creating your flower designs
  • How to make your designs stand upright and make them look realistic

By the end of this course, you’ll have an in-depth understanding of how and why needle felting and punching works, as well as the necessary skills to create your very own felt products.

What Will I Learn?

  • How to use a needle punch tool
  • How to work on a brush mat
  • How to use a single felting needle to create 3D details
  • How to create a piece of needle-punched fabric from scratch
  • How to use a magic (vanishing) marker pen
  • How to use a glue gun
  • How to create flower stems
  • How to create and work with templates
  • How to work with wool tops
  • How to work with wool felt
  • How and why wool fibres felt
  • How to construct your designs
  • How to arrange and display your designs
  • How and where to style your designs in your own home
  • The best materials and equipment to use

Topics for this course

27 Lessons05h

Course overview

Introduction to this course00:00:00
Resources

Project One – Creating a bunch of sunflowers

Project Two – Creating a bunch of daffodils

Project Three – Creating a bunch of daisies

Bonus Content

£79.99

Material Includes

  • 4 downloadable resources per project including a shopping list with product links, templates and material/equipment information
  • Full lifetime access to this course
  • Accessible on desktop and mobile devices
  • A special bonus video demonstrating how to display your designs using Oasis dry foam

Requirements

  • You should be eager to learn new techniques and how to design your own products
  • No fancy set up is required, you can use your dining table or a kitchen island
  • No prior knowledge of needle felting is required - this course is geared for absolute beginners

Target Audience

  • Individuals looking to learn needle felting and how to create their own products
  • Absolute beginners who want to become skilled felters and textile designers
  • Amateur crafters wanting to improve their skills