on the 20th and 21st of May (Saturday and Sunday) 2023

from 5pm to 10 pm (Central European Time)

5 + 5 hours live sessions

Come and join us for this course!

Do you have a lot of jewelry and trinkets and don’t know how to store them?
You would probably need a jewelry bowl.
You can organize your treasures perfectly in the small compartments…and it looks
good too 🙂
I recommend this course for advanced feltmakers.

What will you learn?

I will show you one of my special techniques, with the help of which you can connect different spatial forms, put them together with a definite connection line, so that the joints remain perfectly hidden. 
You can also use the same technique later when making sculptures.
I will make different variations of the bowls, and you can choose which one to make.
We will work with 19 Micron Australian merino wool tops.
The emphasis will be on connecting the shapes. I leave it up to you whether you will decorate the different shapes with some fabrics or fibres or just work simply with wool.
We will decorate the inside of the shapes with prefelt pieces. You can make them simply from wool, but you can also use sequined fabrics, metallic silk organza fabric, various silk fabrics, silk or viscose thread, wool and mohair yarns, in short, anything that is suitable for Nuno felting and that you like.
You will have to prepare these prefelt pieces yourself before the course.
I will send more instructions on this after your registration.
During the live and interactive sessions you will receive step by step assistance by me on how to create this jewelry bowl. 

How much does it cost and what is included in the price?

The price of the workshop is 150 EUR, which covers the followings:
  • 5 + 5 hours long online felting live workshop on the 20th (Saturday) and 21st (Sunday) of May 2023, both days from 5pm to 10pm (Central European Time), in English, when I will guide you through the process, step by step.
  • You can follow the course with the help of ZOOM app, which you can
    download for free to both desktop and smartphone.
  • You will have an access to the workshop’s recorded material, which will be available for 5 months after the live workshop.
  • Access to a live consultation in Zoom, where you can ask questions and share your works with others if you like.
  • Access to a Facebook group where you can share your ideas or results with other workshop participants.
  • Some days before the live sessions you will receive the templates and a printable step-by-step PDF instruction about the project.


The weight of my bowls are about 140 g.
  • Fine Australian Merino wool in roving (Wool top), (Micron 19) a total of about 200 grams.
  • Decoration is optional. You can use sequined fabric, metallic silk organza fabric, chiffon silk or yarns to make the prefelt with.  But the bowl can also be made simply from wool.
  • Saran wrap
  • Foam tube for rolling
  • IKEA mat Variera (with dots) it’s not an obligation, but might be practical to work on
  • Bowl for water
  • Hand soap and liquid soap
  • Sprinkler
  • Towel for hand wiping
  • Sharpe scissors in different sizes
  •  Ruler
  • Plier
  • Permanent marker
  • Bow compass
  •  Bubble wrap for the templates, 80 x 60 cm, (32 x 24 inches)
  •  A piece of bubble wrap to turn the bowl with, 80 x 40 cm, (32 x 16 inches)
  •  Bubble wrap for rubbing, 25 x 30 cm, (10 x 12 inches)
  •  Bubble wrap for rolling the decorated prefelt, 60 x 150 cm, (24 x 60 inches)
  • Synthetic kitchen cloth to absorb the water
  • A mesh for covering the felt during the massage, 40 x 40 cm, (16 x 16 inches)
  • A piece of cotton cloth for rolling (e.g. an old piece of sheet), 40 x 60 cm, (16 x 24 inches)
  • Pins
  •  Wire brush
  •  Wooden tools for shaping the bowl, all kinds, see them on the photo.