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A contemporary felt artist 

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Photo Credit: Bill Shepley

Sarah’s life has always been intertwined with sheep and wool. From an early age she was picking tufts from fences and twisting them in to yarn. 

At the age of 13 Sarah started breeding Rare Breeds of sheep and learning to spin, weave and dye. There was a natural progression in to studying Agriculture and so ultimately running her own sheep farm was no surprise.

Sarah is an artist with a passion for feltmaking that originates from her love of sheep. Living in the New Forest, UK  her work reflects her desire to connect with nature and the importance of sustainability. Sarah uses local fleeces where possible and is passionate about supporting the British Wool Industry.  Wool has been a very under valued resource over the past few years and Sarah wants to show the potential that it now has for the future, in our throw away society.

Feltmaking was a progression after having to disperse the flock when her father sold his smallholding. Sarah now has over twenty years of experience in teaching feltmaking from school children, adults with learning difficulties to community projects. She currently runs her own business teaching, exhibiting in the UK and internationally and selling her work though galleries and online. 

The work Sarah produces is not only functional but has colour, texture and tactile qualities. Using both traditional and innovative techniques she aims to show the diversity and qualities feltmaking can be taken to and pushes the boundaries with her work. 

Sarah’s work is usually in relief and very often three-dimensional. She is a very ‘hands on’ person and loves the tactile feel of felt. Each piece she produces is unique and loves that fact it can never be replicated. Felt making is a passion, her life and in her soul.




International Feltmakers Association

International Feltmakers Association

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Society of Designer Craftsmen

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Art Textiles Made in Britain


Artful Collective


Society of Scottish Artists

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