Our products are being exhibited and sold at various shops and markets across the country.


GaiaTribe in Observatory, Cape Town : 114/116 Lower Main Road, Observatory, 7925. Cell:082 262 8516.

Facebook: @gaiatribeemporium

Vestibull Design, Watershed F27, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town. www.vestibull.co.za. Facebook: @Vestibull

Eye Love, Westend, Knysna Mall, Knysna. www.eyeloveonline.co.za   Facebook: @EyeLoveSA  Cell: 082 456 9967.

Voila, 33 Kenton Road, Kenton-on-sea, 6191, Cell: 083 458 2271. Facebook: @CoffeeShopKentonOnSea

Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/HeartFeltSA?ref=hdr_shop_menu


Upcoming markets and events:  

Watch out for us on the Village Green at 2017 Grahamstown Arts Festival. We will stall 51 in Tent 1 (by the big clock tower).


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A happy customer at the Bathurst Farmers Market
Grahamstown Arts Festival two years ago. She was still wearing this hat a year later.





We can offer felt making workshops at our studio in Bathurst for individuals or small groups.

In a short session you could learn to make a flat piece of felt and can experiment with using different colours and blends of fibres, including merino wool, alpaca, silk, soya bean fibre, mohair and English long wool breeds of sheep, You will get a feel for the different fibres and how they can be made to work together to form an integrated fabric, including incorporating patterns or designs into the felt. This process is also ideal for children to get involved with.

In a  longer session, or through multiple sessions, we can facilitate in the making of more elaborate, three dimensional pieces, such as a bag, hat, scarf or pair of slippers; or a more elaborate art piece incorporating different techniques such as cobweb or nuno felting.

We can also offer spinning lessons for those who want to learn to use a traditional spinning wheel to create your own luxury yarns.

Please contact us for more details or to make a booking.

We may also be able to organise a workshop or demonstration at a venue of your choice, such as a school or workplace.

Laying the wool fibres on a piece of light cotton fabric for a nuno felt shawl.


Felt making workshop at farm Berg-en-Dal, Ladismith, Western Cape in 2012. Children from Zoar School. The workshop was sponsored by SEED, a Cape Town based NGO which promotes permaculture and sustainability education in schools in South Africa: www.seed.co.za.


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This group of girls made a felt heart with their names inside.
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The boys took it it turns to learn how to spin yarn.
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Team Work
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A nice landscape picture