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Annemie Koenen

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Provides ongoing courses and workshops in the field of felting, embroidery, spinning, dyeing and related matters.

Teaching is done professionally.
Broad and deep knowledge is transferred well.
Education is aimed at making quality-felt.
If necessary support in the creative process.
From craft to your own creativity in your work.
Support in converting from idea - through choice of techniques - to product.

There's a pleasant atmosphere and much mutual inspiration partly because everyone makes their own work at their own level.

NEW! 21. Felt and leather

Workshop length: 3 days Workshop length: 3 or 4 days Workshop length: 4 days
 
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Workshop length: 3, 4, or 5 days

Note:
There is about € 50,00 extra costs for braiding leather, leather and leathertools.
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NEW! 20. Many pockets bag

 
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Workshop length: 3 days

1. Surface structures 3-d

 
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Workshop length: 2 or 3 days

2. 3-d Structures in combination with resist felt

 
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Workshop length: 3 days

3. Surfacestructures, nuno, layers, relief

 
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Workshop length: 3 days

4. Wallhanging with surfacestructures and free embroidery

 
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Work from students.

Workshop length: 3 days

5. Bracelet or pouch with nuno and and free embroidery

 
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Workshop length: 1 day

6. Bracket purse with nuno and free embroidery

 
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Workshop length: 1 day

7. Amulet with wet sculptural felt and embroidery

 
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Workshop length: 1 day

8. Sculptural felt - wetfelting

 
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Workshop length: 1, 2 or 3 days

9. Hats made from handmade felt with modists-precision

 
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Workshop length: 2 or 3 days

10. Hat

 
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Workshop length: 1 day

13. Basic techniques for the advanced (and beginners)

 
We delve into where felt originates from. How did it come about that it spread all over the world like a snowball? Who were the people of the very beginning?

When interested we can watch a movie about the cradle of felt, which is composed of images from my travels to Kyrgyzstan.

Concerning techniques, we look at why we do things the way we do them. How do I prevent my work becoming a sausage? Why is it all right to turn my work? Why don't we work with hot water in the beginning? Why and when can we deviate from the rules?
How do we make quality felt? What more options are there?
Again and again I meet people who have been felting for a long time, who are unaware of certain techniques of ways of felting.

In consultation there is much freedom in the objects to be made.

Real beginners start with basic forms of felt: ball, cord, flat surface, seemles felt.

14. Turkmenish technique

 
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Workshop length: 3 days

15. Shirdak

 
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Work from students.

Workshop length: 3 days

16. Embroidered felt bags

 
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Workshop length: 3 days


17. Asian techniques

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Workshop length: 5 days

This is a combination of the workshops:
14. Turkmenish technique
15. Shirdak
16. Embroidered felt bags

18. Basic wool processing - spinning, natural dyeing, felting

 
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Workshop length: 2 or 3 days

19. Rainbow dyeing

 

Workshop length: 2 or 3 days

This course is best combined with felting and/or embroidery, because dye-baths need to cool down.


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