Felted Picture Workshop-Yorkshire Craft Festival


Create your own felted picture.

Workshop includes tuition & all  materials. You can take home your picture or product with you directly after the workshop.

1 Hour workshop at 3pm on the 17th, 18th, 19th & 21st April &  a further workshop on the 21st at 1.30pm.

Choose your date from the options available.  We look forward to seeing you there! ( Capacity of 6 people per workshop)

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Felted Picture Workshop





Create your own piece of felted artwork in just an hour. Even if you are an absolute
beginner, you can create your own artwork made from felting wool fibres.

Learn the ancient craft of wet felting to create your own unique artwork for your home.

Katy Small is your tutor for the workshop. She is a felt artist, maker and teacher who
exhibits in Yorkshire and you can find her at many village halls, crafts fairs and festivals. Katy
was a secondary school teacher for 24 years before taking the plunge in 2022 to set up her
own art and craft business. She is a member of Artists Around Wetherby and the
International Feltmaker’s Association.

Katy will take you through each step of the wet felting process. All materials are included.

(Children over age 7 are welcome if accompanied by an adult).

When and where are the workshops:

As part of the Yorkshire Craft Festival, these workshops will take place on Parliament Street in the heart of York, within the “Artists Around Wetherby” pop-up marquee.  The workshops will take place on the following dates/times:

Wednesday 17th April at 3pm

Thursday 18th April at 3pm

Friday 19th April at 3pm

Sunday 21st April at 1.30pm & 3pm


The felt picture workshop will last approx. 1 hour. 


The felt picture workshop is £30. You can take home your picture or product with you directly after the workshop.

You will need a plastic bag to carry it home, as it will be damp.


The felt picture workshop is suitable for 6 people at a time.

Additional information


17th April, 18th April, 19th April, 21st April


1.30pm, 3pm