The art of felt



“I felt my life with both my hands”

– Emily Dickinson



Bloomfelt is an adventure in the world of textiles, which specializes in the art of felting.

Here costumes and costume parts are designed and created for clients such as Cirque du Soleil, the cinema and theatre compagnies.

Bloomfelt also submitted prize winning costumes to the Wearable Art Show ( WOW) in New Zealand .

Another creative outlet for felting is the design and creation of objects d’art for interior design such as wall hangings, sculptures and other objects, as well as wearable accessories and ornaments .

Marjolein Dallinga (bloomfelt ) teaches the art of felting and partakes frequently in international workshops and exhibitions.

For more information and updates check out our blog.

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Bloomfelt operates a colorful and spacious studio located in the lower Laurentians, province of Quebec, Canada.

About 1 hour from Montreal.

Peaceful and quiet surrounded by meadows and forest.

Several hiking trails on the property.

Open all year long


I offer workshops on the ancient Art of Felting.

Courses for small groups (2-4) are hosted in my studio.

Courses for bigger groups (8-12) are also possible in other venues.

I also offer conferences on the Art of Felting , consisting of a two hour talk with a comprehensive slide show about felting history,the work of other artists, ideas and my own experiences.

To receive my real-time information such as updates on locations and dates of workshops, conferences and exhibitions, I warmly recommend that you subscribe to the Bloomfelt magazine newsletter!

Please email me at with any questions or for any reason.

I answer everyone, and much prefer email to social networks.

You can also reach me by phone (Canada) 514-916 34 63

Bloomfelt calendar

List of upcoming workshops:
I will be in Europe very soon (this summer)

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Studio 42 is a textile art studio located in the Laurentians, Quebec, Canada.

Studio 42 is a textile art studio located in the Laurentians, Quebec, Canada.

It is built in a beautiful setting, in the typical and traditional structure of an old dairy farm surrounded by a majestic rural forest about an hour from Montreal.

It is a peaceful and calm place, suitable for walking on a meadow in the middle of a large rustic wood. Several hiking trails run through the property