Our mission is to give you the knowledge, skills and, most importantly, the desire to make the best quality FELT in the objects you view and WEAR, which you will be ABLE to use in your own work long after the completion of the workshop. It sounds like everything is 'Wearable,' but we have workshops in sculptural forms and items for the home as well as art to wear. We offer the best of Australian and international tutors to teach you, when they are available in Victoria, Australia.


Sharit Meer (UK/Netherlands)

Dresses with Flare
Saturday through Monday, March 24 - 26

Note: Not suitable for beginners

Location: Abbotsford Convent, Vic.

Sharit Meer Front and Back

Workshop Information

In this fascinating workshop, you will focus on designing and making a one-piece dress. Students will learn how to create godets which add an extra floating accent into the garment. You will learn how to develop and enlarge your own pattern using a very easy and simple technique with a very simple, but effective method that will help you develop your own pattern that will suit and fit you. In addition, you will be creating textures on the surface to create a very creative dress, working with all kinds of fibers and fabrics stitching and folding to create the textures to your own liking. Not suitable for beginners.

Tutor Information

Sharit studied Fashion and Knitwear Design at the Nottingham University of Art and Design in the UK in 2002.

She then moved to the Netherlands and employed her unique style and cultural flare to create a new fashion style using felt and knitting techniques.

Full of new ideas and new techniques inspired by nature and with the use of durable and ecological products, she creates her collections.

Cathy Moon (QLD)

Naturally-Dyed Shibori Silk Jewellery [2 Day Workshop]
Friday & Saturday, April 27 & 28

Indigo Dyeing & Shibori Silk Scarves [1 Day Workshop]
Sunday, April 29

Location: Camberwell, Vic.

Cathy Moon Jewel 1

Workshop Information

In Naturally-Dyed Shibori Silk Jewellery, Cathy Moon invites you to discover how to make stunning jewellery pieces using naturally dyed Shibori. Traditional Shibori techniques will be used to create three dimensional forms that can be fashioned into sculptural wearables. Earrings, necklaces and arm cuffs will be made over the two days. There is also the option to further embellish your creations with beading.

A great two days of fun for all levels of experience.

If jewellery isn't your thing, Natural Indigo and Naturally-dyed Silk Scarves is a stand-alone workshop just for you. Cathy will have the indigo pot on and ready for your shibori treats to be dip-dyed into your own unique silk scarf. How wonderful!


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FELT|WEAR|ABLE Workshops, and their sister-endeavour felt.with.attitude education, are the brain children of Jan Everett and Sarah Louise Ricketts, located in Victoria, Australia. FWA workshop venues are selected to fit the demands of each workshop and are usually around Melbourne.

Jan and Sarah are feltmakers of many years' standing and are both past Presidents of the Victorian Feltmakers Inc.

  • Jan sells her beautiful and subtle nunofelt creations at many markets. See them at www.sveltestudio.com.au.
  • Sarah exhibits regularly and images of her work may be seen at www.sarahlouisericketts.com.



    Melbourne, Victoria


       Jan ~ 0411 468 819 | Sarah ~ 0410 107 529


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