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Hello reader
I can see a beautiful shaft of afternoon light streaming across the dining room doors from where I sit, and I mean this both literally and metaphorically. It appears that over the next several weeks there will be a phased relaxing of some social restrictions, which will hopefully lead to the re-opening of Craft House in July. Fingers crossed that this will be the case and in accordance with any rules or restrictions we may be able to have Toss n Tell in July. That would be fantastic!

The calendar of workshops we had planned for 2020 has of course been completely disrupted due to closures of state and international borders, and I think it will be 2021 before we see any international tutors but perhaps interstate tutors may be allowed later this year. Thank goodness we have a huge range of talent here in WA and I am sure we will have organise an exciting calendar of workshops and events for the second half of this year.

We will continue to monitor the situation and keep you all informed. In the meantime get yourself back into all things felty by looking through our Archives of both printed newsletters and blog posts links below.

Counting down to see you all.


Newsletter Archive

Back when printing was our main method of communication Feltwest had a quarterley colour newsletter and as part of the web site renovation it is once again available for you to read. There are great articles, images and stories that cover about 5 years of Feltwest.

You will find the archive under the Members section in the menu - remember to sign in first.

Blog Archive

There are also 7 years worth of blog entries Yearly Archive under News in the menu. Should keep you busy for a while.
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Feel free to forward this eNews to any like minded people who might like the opportunity to meet felters, learn and share new skills and generally do all things felty.
If you are not a member of Feltwest you are missing out on amazing workshops from experienced local, interstate and international tutors, and heaps of event opportunities like exhibitions and markets. Sound good? Join here: