Needle Felting Christmas Decorations Workshop

4 Oct

Monday 4th November 2013                


with Jay Kendall of Knitwit Originals

7.00-9.15pm (2 ¼ hrs) at Brighton Road Baptist Church, Horsham


Come and learn some dry needle felting techniques with Jay Kendall of Knitwit Originals and create between two and six needle felted Christmas decorations complete with hanging ribbon to hang on your Christmas tree. Choose from Robins, Snowmen, Christmas puddings or Baubles. She will also show you how to needle felt using cookie cutters to make 2D Christmas decorations such as Gingerbread man and lady, Star, Christmas Tree, Candy Cane, Angel, Christmas Stocking and Bell.




Jay is back with us by popular demand, here is the review of last years workshop. For more details on what needle felting is please see our previous post here. This workshop is fantastic value for money as you will be provided with a needle and sponge to take home to do more, if you wish, also most Christmas needle felted decorations for sale on Etsy start at around £6 each!



Suitable for:  All abilities. Beginner and Experienced Felters

Cost: £19

Places: limited to only 10 places, for more individual attention


You will need to bring: Just yourselves and some ribbon for the hanging part of the decorations.

There will be additional packs of materials to purchase if you wanted to make more at home.


Email us at to reserve a place and we will send you a booking form.



One Response to “Needle Felting Christmas Decorations Workshop”

  1. Jean Holder October 20, 2013 at 2:29 pm #

    If you have a space left for Needle Felting workshop on 4th November I would like to come.

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