2 times 6 hours long online course with Judit Pócs, on Saturday and Sunday, the 1st
and 2nd of June, both days from 5pm to 11pm (Central European Time).

6 + 6 hours live sessions

Come and make a Spiral sculpture with me! It enhances the atmosphere of the
apartment by hanging it in the space or placing it on a pedestal.

I recommend this course for beginners and advanced alike.

About the workshop

In this course, we will make a hollow sculpture where the lamellae run in a spiral line around the form. We will use wool batts for the inner layers of the sculpture, and wool
rovings (wool tops) for the outer layers. With the right choice of color, we can achieve a nice contrast effect between the body of the sculpture and the lamellas. We will use Saran wrap to achieve the lamellas.

What will you learn?

  •  making of a hollow object
  • creating a spiral lamella
  • basic felting technique
  •  color design and blending
  •  the right fulling method
  •  shaping the sculpture
  • hardening of the lamellae with starch

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

The price of the workshop is 160 EUR, which covers the followings:
  • 2 times 6 hours long online course with Judit Pócs, on Saturday and Sunday, the 1st and 2nd of June, both days from 5pm to 11pm (CET) 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 6 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 closed Facebook group for the workshop participants.
  • Some days before the live session you will receive the templates and a printable step-by-step PDF instruction about the project.


The weight of my SPIRAL is around 250 g.
  • Australian Merino Wool in Roving (Wool top) in different shades, Micron 18-19, a total of 200 g
  • Australian Merino Wool in Batts, one colour for the inside of the sculpture, Micron 19-21, a total of 100 g
  • IKEA Mat Variera (with dots) it’s not an obligation, but might be practical to work on.
  • Bubble wrap for rubbing, 25 x 30 cm (10 x 12 inches)
  • Bubble wrap for the template, 75 x 25 cm (30 x 10 inches)
  • A piece of bubble wrap to turn the sculpture with, 60 x 80 cm, (24 x 32 inches)
  • Saran wrap, this is very important! Plastic wrap, cling film, shrink wrap, Saran wrap, cling wrap or food wrap is a thin plastic film typically used for sealing food items in containers to keep them fresh over a longer period of time. That’s what we need.
  • Foam tube for rolling
  • Synthetic kitchen cloth to absorb the water
  • Towel for hand wiping
  • A mesh for covering the sculpture during the massage, 75 x 30 cm (30 x 12 inches)
  • One piece of cotton cloth for rolling, 80 x 100 cm (32 x 40 inches)
  • Hand soap
  • Bowl for water
  • Sharpe scissors in different sizes
  • Ruler
  • Pliers
  • Permanent marker
  • Chopsticks and wooden sticks to reach between the lamellae
  • Wooden tools for shaping the sculpture
  • Starch to harden the sculpture and a brush. This is not absolutely necessary, but I will show you how to harden the lamella. You can also buy a ready-made felt hat stiffeners or make your own from corn starch.