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Victorian Feltmakers Inc is a not-for- profit organisation of  approximately  150 members ranging from beginning  to advanced feltmakers. We meet regularly to share the latest feltmaking techniques and to keep up to date with happenings in the world of felt. Our organisation is all about sharing and supporting the development of the feltmaking community. 

Regular Events: Meetings    Frocktober Fashion Parade     Workshops All Levels    Exhibitions     Publications   Felt Frenzies    Pop Up Stalls    Equipment Hire    Library


We meet every second month and begin our day with a committee meeting. Meanwhile members arrive from 10.00am  to browse through our fibre shop, library and pop up stalls. We have a quick general meeting before lunch. After lunch we usually have a guest speaker and Show and Tell.

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From our felt Exhibition 2018

Past issues of Feltlines have been added to the site. Definitely worth a look!


On a cold winter’s weekend 9 lucky participants enjoyed a “colourful” workshop with tutor Elizabeth ArmstrongMany hours of laying out multiple layers of fibre and lots of rolling produced a varied selection of colourful felted pieces. The pieces of work created offer unlimited potential for embroidery by hand or machine using a variety of threads and stitches.

On the second day of the workshop, more multiple layers of fibres and fabric were prepared for rolling to pre-felt stage. Interesting shapes of the pre-felt were cut and applied to a thin felt batt. Many colourful pieces were produced suitable for transforming into a variety of items such as bags, cushion covers, wall hangings, hats, baby blankets, bird hangings, etc.

Elizabeth was an inspiring and well organised tutor, offering many ideas for felt making techniques. Lots of very colourful samples of her work and supplies of her hand dyed fibres were displayeto encourage our creativity.  

A book called “FELT HAPPY” was produced by Elizabeth in 2013 and should be a  "must have" in your felt maker’s library. It is available on-line.Elizabeth also runs classes at her home in Springvale and has work on Instagram and Facebook, listed under STUDIO FELTER.     Eva McDonald 

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Members model their creations at our Annual Fashion Parade

Frocktober 2018

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