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The only course designed to help you release your inner critic, tap into your truest form of originality and challenge your limitations of creative discovery.


ALL while taking a powerful stance on our industry’s biggest crisis: textile waste


Create stunning, original fibre art…
From repurposed anything

Recycle. Recreate. Re-ignite.




This a unique online experience for all levels of artists looking to break free from uninspired, everyday practices and step into a new identity of authenticity and originality.


Perfect for people and creatives who want to stretch their creative boundaries, amplify their creative skillset, and feel abundantly ALIVE in the making process.


This course completely transformed my current creative journey, and I feel a deeper connection to who I am as an artist. I see possibilities at every turn, and the need to experiment constantly bubbles to the surface. There’s a new feeling of digging deep and feeling alive when I create now… This course was pure magic.

– Cindy Curby


Here’s a sliver of what you can expect when
you jump into this Transformative Course:


Learn to create authentic and original artwork (big or small) that deeply speaks to you and your life.

Own your creativity and feel confident and secure enough to make bold choices that kill any inner critic.


Master the skill of SEEING when you cultivate a new way of looking at the world around you.

Change the way your brain interprets value when you can honour the beauty in something that was initially viewed as ugly or undesirable.


Gain the satisfaction of actually doing the work by adding more skills and techniques to your art practice that yields finished work.

No more closets full of half-finished work anymore.


Feel inspired and hungry to create from recycled textiles, knowing nothing is off limits, and that you don’t need to purchase expensive art materials.

Discover that you’re free to go after anything you genuinely want… most of which currently lives outside the 'rules'.


Generate endless new options to apply to all different creative mediums when you continually answer the real-time question, “what would happen if I did this…”.

Shake things up with a new level of curiosity that unlocks limitless possibilities.


Give life to the word 'courage' by jumping into mixed media, and thinking bigger about your creative boundaries.

Stand in confidence knowing that when you allow yourself to experiment, it bravely eliminates the word 'wrong' or 'bad' from every artist’s vocabulary.

Discover how your 4-Cornerstone Adventure
unfolds inside Creating with Courage...

1: The Challenge

 Welcome to your safe space to challenge the 'norm'. To challenge your boundaries, and to challenge your internal creativity. Your adventure begins by (throwing out the rules) learning the rules, and then quickly and respectfully leaving them behind. Because here, it’s time to play courageously. It’s time to make mistakes in the name of learning. It’s time to stretch yourself far outside the confinement of 'fitting' into a box. It’s time to see things differently.

You’ll do so by joining me on a walk through the forest, inside textile stores, alongside railroad tracks, and around my studio. The places we go and the things you see will enhance your learnings, and you’ll take these deep-seated realizations with you on your own personal walk the next time you step outside. 

As for your tangible challenge – upon your new re-frame of how you view the value of an object, you’ll find items that were once told they were worthless or 'junk', and you’ll learn to bring personal and known worth to it. You’ll remove all preconditions, and you’ll engage in a uniquely creative process of hunting and gathering your materials. What will you challenge yourself to find?


A snapshot of the deep dive techniques covered in this phase:

  • Bringing Value to 'Ugly' Things
  • The Skill of Seeing
  • Prospecting
  • The Hunting and Gathering of Creativity
  • How to Release Judgement
  • Finding Inspiration
  • How to Approach Your Creativity
  • Introduction of Setting up Your Workspace
  • Reflections Your Way

I have learned to transform recycled materials and assemble them into a wild and wonderful sculpture. This course has given me the courage and inspiration to explore new ways of being creative, using materials that have been in storage for 30 years.

- Penny Brown


2: The Techniques

Next stop on your adventure is learning new, unique, and challenging techniques that fill your SOUL. Like every thoughtful touchpoint of this course, you’ll enter the 'technique' phase by softly removing rules and expectations to create more room for adventure and play.

The stops on your journey here will take you in and out of your studio, with a goal to expand your creative horizons and try new approaches to creating art. With every technique grounded in accessibility (like backyard findings and common household materials), you and I will dive into deepening your understanding of different fabric forms and watch your new authentic expression emerge.

And regardless if you’ve heard or tried any of these techniques before – we promise you’ll embark on an adventure unlike you’ve ever experienced. And keeping the theme of our 'no rules' demeanour, you’ll be invited and encouraged to try each technique, but never instructed or told to.


A snapshot of the deep dive techniques covered in this phase:

  • Altering and Alchemy
  • Composition
  • Equipment and Processes
  • Mordants
  • Eco Dying
  • Rust Dying
  • Overdying
  • Texture with Household Products
  • Building Your Palette
  • Shapes, Sculpting, Stitching
  • Embellishment
  • Couching Techniques
  • Stitching With Wire
  • Burning and Melting
  • Binding Wrapping
  • Distressing, Fabric Paints and Pens

This course has taught me to be a textile ‘alchemist,’ transforming the surface of textiles with multiple techniques, inventing forms, layering them, and incorporating found objects. I have transformed from being cautiously curious to giving anything a go! The textile pieces I created combine new techniques with a dash of my own sense of humour.

Deirdre Bruen 


3: The Growth

This is where your shift happens. The new techniques you’re adding to your talents will guide your progress into a new phase of exploration. It will allow you to think bigger about what’s possible, in your quest to find your voice, originality, and joy.

You’ll dig into new processes to put your techniques into action, and new experiments along the way. The processes learned here – the seeing, the doing, the experimenting – become part of a bigger conversation that you’ll take with you in other areas of life. Because what happens in this phase is not just about what you’re making, but about who you’re becoming.

Lean into your truly authentic mixed media creations, and together we’ll work through any resistance, blocks, and uncertainty… because when you look at everything through a lens of curiosity, it sparks a different story of what’s possible.


Lessons and topics covered in this phase:

  • Applying Your Techniques
  • Releasing Comparisons 
  • Putting Your Creations in Place
  • How To Move Forward When You’re Not Thrilled With Your Work
  • Finding Something New In Every Technique
  • An Invitation to Explore
  • Bringing Your Work to Life

This experience has opened so many 'what ifs' for me. I feel that my work has so much more depth and complexity. The manipulation of fabric to transform it through eco and rust dye has enabled me to create a colour palette that I have always admired. I’ve always worked intuitively, but Clarissa’s greatest lesson to me is the go-for-it attitude and that there are no rules. It was a life-changing course.

Ann Vollum


4: The Transformation

Your final transformation happens in both the physical completion of assembling your small and larger artwork, AND in the mindset transformation of stepping into a new artistic identity. You’ll round out this course by having an entirely up-levelled skillset as an artist, a new direction on how to carry your creativity, and a clean slate allowing yourself to be you.

The completion of your journey here marks where your new courage begins. You’ll gather what you need to proudly finish your project – bringing together every piece you love and, most importantly, every beautiful flaw. Because the bottom line here is that creativity is LIBERATING, and you’ll have freed yourself from the fear, insecurity, and shame that undermines so many creatives.

As you step into a new confidence simply by doing, you’ll see that this creativity was always inside you, and just needed the right catalyst to come alive. You’ll enjoy every feeling that comes alongside the completion of a project, with the added satisfaction of doing it your way, and in your voice.


Lessons and topics covered in this phase:

  • Assemblage
  • Composition
  • Substrates
  • Covering
  • Perfectionism
  • Substrates
  • Additional Pieces
  • Connecting
  • The Last Mile
  • Your Final Project Your Way
  • Bases and Backgrounds
  • Hanging Options
  • Final Touches
  • Creative Coaching

This changed my life and provided a medium I’ve never worked with, but one that embodies everything I love. Especially after the era of the lockdown, this class opened so many doors for exploration, seeing, and endless creativity. When I saw Clarissa talk about this class, it sparked me to want to try something else, rather than always thinking I needed to *only* be a painter. I feel like I’ve been reborn and given a new adventure to explore.

- Eunice Rieken


Come Along For A Sneak Peek…

What are the benefits of enrolling?
Besides everything you will learn from Calissa Callesen...

Resource Guides -Callesen



Once enrolled, you’ll gain instant and lifetime access to over 7 hours of beautifully filmed content, with behind-the-scenes insights through a comprehensive workshop that would be impossible to share within the time limitations of a live class.

By fully engaging with the course content, you will try different techniques while being encouraged to engage your senses, experiment with materials, and ultimately expand your creative toolbox with fresh ideas and concepts to incorporate into your art practice.

Having lifetime access means our online method allows you to slow down, take your time, and dig into the modules and learnings that speak to you, embedding your learning. You have endless opportunities to take the lessons – to come back, re-watch, and learn more as your own ideas and techniques evolve.

Live Q&A - Callesen


Come together with fellow growing creatives and join us for 2 LIVE Q&A sessions, where you can freely ask Clarissa about any queries you may have about the course and further creative explorations. It is an ideal complement to the lessons to gain more personalised feedback to assist you in moving forward. (Technology for these calls is incredibly user friendly).

“Our first LIVE Q&A…is a whole class in itself, thank you!” Sally Adler


Having an online community of fellow creatives exploring new creative approaches is an extraordinary experience. Past participants of our programs have experienced significant breakthroughs by being exposed to the works of other members. They have been particularly inspired by fresh ideas from viewing other students’ creations. Therefore, we are delighted to provide you lifetime access to an exclusive student community, offering an even more expansive space to connect, feel inspired, and learn. With this access, you can directly engage with and receive support from Clarissa and past alumni, creating a nurturing and encouraging environment for your creative pursuits.

“The community has been such a blessing, and I’m honoured to see what everyone has created and shared continually.” – Eunice Rieken

Worldwide Community - Callesen
Exhibition Books - Callesen


Entering exhibitions is part of the artist’s journey, and we see this as an important part of your artistic development. Your enrolment includes the opportunity to showcase your work in a beautifully curated and professionally designed online exhibition shared and enjoyed by thousands of people across the globe. It’s one of the highlights of the Fibre Arts Take Two experience, with the option to own a printed exhibition book as a stunning keepsake of your achievement. 

“So so inspiring! I have just viewed the online exhibition and am blown away by the beautiful pieces submitted. Congratulations to everyone.” Catherine Stern


I came in with a lack of inspiration, and you’ve re-ignited the fire to create, giving me a myriad of different ideas and concepts swirling in my head. You’ve helped me forge ahead with my own vision.

– Martina Edmondson


Watch as Kate, one of Clarissa's

students, shares her story.

Are you ready to Embrace Beauty in the Unexpected?

A lifetime of learning and exploration awaits.


  • 10 Modules with Individual Video Lessons

  • Comprehensive Resource Guides

  • 2 Live Q&A Sessions

  • 8 Weeks of Tutor Engagement*

  • Lifetime Access

  • *Private Facebook Community

  • Learn at Your Own Pace

  • Professionally Filmed Content

Today's Price

$349 USD

Payment plans
available at checkout



What’s the difference between creatives who are inspired with endless ideas,
feel confident about their bold choices, and have a regular art practice
that yields unique, finished work they are thrilled about…

Versus those who feel stuck, question their creativity, feel unempowered,
and worry their work is just like everyone else’s?


Before we begin to share that answer, feel free to cosy up and make yourself at home…

No need to take off your shoes in this creative studio – it’s a come-as-you-are mentality around here

The fact that you’re here speaks volumes about WHO YOU ARE and WHAT YOU VALUE as a creative, which we deeply respect.

And if you’re anything like the several hundred creatives who have come before you, it might also mean that you’re ready for something more. Something to expand your boundaries and further explore your creativity.

Let us know if you’ve ever had any of these courageous thoughts lately…

  • How can I integrate different aspects of things I’ve worked with in the past, like my collection of found materials or my stash of rusted and tarnished metal objects, into something unique and fulfilling?
  • What if I could incorporate new ways of altering fabric, like rust-dying, eco-dyeing, and botanical-dying, and add them all into a method of creating sculptures? What could that mean for my possibilities?
  • How do unconventional ideas, like base mounting 3D, work? How do other out-of-the-box creatives attach their pieces together to give me a different perspective on things?
  • What would it look like to use natural materials in my work? How could I adapt that new creative process to my own work?
  • How could I build a sculpture out of disparate parts – I have so many random but interesting things to work with – and have it function as one meaningful piece without falling apart?

Ultimately, you wonder what else is out there to help you explore new avenues in your work.


And for all of that and more – I’m here for it!


But after doing this for many years, we also know what we creatives are up against in our work.

In fact, we find that even the most well-intentioned creatives can easily find themselves bumped up against these three narratives on any given day…


So let’s just go ahead and cross these stories out once and for all:

The narrative that says people are either born creative or not born creative.

We’ll take a big red marker to this one any day. That’s because it’s simply not true. Creativity is a LEARNED skill – one that you can be taught. It’s something that can be acquired, developed, and nurtured over time… And those who are open to exploring, taking risks and making mistakes – those are the ones that cultivate the skill quicker and with more satisfaction than anyone else.


The narrative that says they 'have' to follow the rules.

Yeah, let’s flip this one upside down. Because what if there wasn’t the option of something being done wrong, but instead, whatever felt good? What if you allowed yourself to bring more of yourself into your work – HOWEVER that looked? What if you gave yourself permission to look past things that people said were ugly or useless and you gave your OWN value to them? Could you imagine what that would mean for your growth?

The narrative that stops them from trying because they don’t think they’re good enough or have enough experience.

Listen, we all feel fear. The fear of failure. The fear of creating something bad. The fear of being judged. But when you feel fear, it means you’re challenging yourself and gaining experience… and that’s a GOOD thing! It means you have goals, hopes, and dreams. (Yes, finally putting your needs first in life is liberating, right?!) Because, when we let fear win… well, that’s the recipe for lack of originality, lack of interest, and, worst of it all, a lack of actually creating. But creatives need to create – and sometimes it means doing something different, stretching your boundaries and facing fear, to truly move you forward in your practice.



Because at the end of the day - our big, important
question all boils down to one single answer.


View Past Students Work Here

Click the image below and flip through an online exhibition by Transformation: Creating with Courage Alumni.


Finessing those last, teensy details as the exhibition deadline draws near. Such an exciting time to consciously and patiently move from doubt to heart expanding joy… a place that tells me I’m closer to the mark. What an exhilarating experience this has been.

– Trish Wykman


Besides creating authentic artwork and helping you think differently about creativity, this course’s driving force was to keep it as accessible as possible for every member.

Know that we take great pride in keeping your material costs virtually non-existent. You will be encouraged to find all materials from recycled items – textiles, rust, and everyday items that have been discarded – and you’ll be walked through exactly how to do it. 

It’s my promise to do good with this course – to keep financial costs down and to keep the growing problem of textiles “out” of landfill.

Thank you for your support of our mission! 

Clarissa Callesen + the FATT Community


Let’s Make Sure You’re The Perfect Fit To Join Us In This Course…


If you’re looking for clear strategies and techniques to reignite and strengthen your creativity… then you’re in the right place. 

If you’re eager to explore the use of recycled textiles and shake things up in your art practice… then you’re in the right place. 

If you’re open to making mistakes, thinking outside the box, and experimenting in unconventional ways… then you’re in the right place. 

If you want to be supported by a comforting, judgment-free community that encourages you to dive into your creativity – knowing that nothing is off-limits… then you are absolutely in the right place!

Regardless if you are already experienced with fibre sculpture or are simply checking this medium out through your other creative interests…

This course promises to arm you with a whole new approach to creativity.


What Other People Are Saying

Clarissa encouraged me to look deeper and find what was hidden.

When found materials were used in new ways, the courage to create lead me to solutions I was looking for.

I learned to trust myself and allow my inner being to listen. When I did this I was amazed at what I was able to create and how much more meaning I found in my work.

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 Clarissa's teaching style and encouragement gave me the courage to try new things.

The techniques she shared led me to experiment and play without worrying about the outcome and just having fun.

I have made my first-ever textile sculpture and have loved every minute of the process. 

Karen Vaughan 04

This course is an excellent investment in your creative self. Clarissa‘s skilled guidance will help you journey into new places of seeing beauty around you and creating unique art.

Whether you are new to the world of fibre art or someone who has been creating for decades, you will be refreshed and challenged by this course.


 Clarissa took my fears and threw them out the window! I now eco-dye synthetics and "ugly" fabrics with courage and joy... and now seek these fabrics in the op shop.

I no longer care about "mistakes" because you can guarantee that mistake will look perfect made into a poof or a potato! I highly recommend embracing Carissa's ethos to create with courage… it has changed my creative life.

Yellanup Creek - Pip Rundle

Creating with Courage' was the very catalyst I needed to regenerate my love of assemblage and sculpture, using fabrics and other found materials in a variety of ways I hadn’t considered before.

My previous need for perfection and ‘getting it right first time’ were all abandoned in pursuit of trying things out to see what happened, followed by the unexpected results achieved.

Clarissa's course is both beautifully presented and inspirational. She is also very generous with the sharing of her time, techniques, and processes, giving you the freedom and encouragement to find your own style, in your own time, which is a rare and special gifting.

The Flower of Mary 3 by Vivienne Bolton

Through the course, I learned to keep pushing myself as far out of my comfort zone as I could. This has taught me on both a creative and personal level that anything is possible, so push those boundaries and enjoy where it can take you.

I have been an art student for 3 years now. My goal has been to incorporate textiles & fiber art into my work this year, and this course has taught me many skills I will utilize throughout my career as an artist. When I hung this sculpture, I finally felt like an artist.

Creating with Courage would have to be the most detailed, in-depth course I have taken. The videos were brilliant, and it was like taking a personal one-on-one with Clarissa. Do yourself a favor and enrol. 


This course created a remarkable change in my art. I have been collecting fabric, broken jewelry, yarns, and paper for a decade. I took forays into rusting, gelli printing and other techniques, but only after this course was I able to integrate them into art I was proud of.

I am clearly producing art at a new, higher level—and increased my self-esteem as an artist with unique traits with Clarissa’s clear-sighted vision of creativity. 

If a friend were considering this course, I would tell them, “Best spent money in the art class world.” 


I liked how nothing was ever ruined in this course (how freeing is that?!) and could be made even more interesting by layering the techniques on top of each other.

Clarissa's tireless questions, igniting self-exploration, allowed me to connect deeper with the source of my creativity and make more meaningful art. The "why" mattered more than the "what," which is what I needed to feel connected.

Most importantly, though, you will peel layers of old beliefs and assumptions about art and yourself as a creative being on this earth that have been preventing you from making art you never thought possible.


I came to this course during a transition stage of my artistic practice. I needed the stimulation of new ideas and thoughts to kick-start the next stage. The course was a success for this, stimulating me to think of new ways and materials to incorporate into my existing ceramic and mixed-media sculptures.

I would tell a friend to take the course. Even if they don’t plan to do fiber art sculptures, the ideas can be applied to many different media. The stimulation to creativity is worth it.


What a satisfying journey. I have loved every minute. It's been a journey of personal growth and healing

Food for the soul, without a doubt.

Lisa Ferguson 07

Here is a recap of everything included
in Creating with Courage...

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  • LEARN AT YOUR PACE - Unlimited Curriculum Access
  • Downloadable Resource Guides and Material Lists
  • 10 modules and over 7 hours of content beautifully filmed content in English.
    • MODULE 1: An Introduction to Creativity
    • MODULE 2: The Art of Seeing
    • MODULE 3: Prospecting
    • MODULE 4: Altering and Alchemy
    • MODULE 5: Inspired Movement
    • MODULE 6: Building Your Palette
    • MODULE 7: Embellishment
    • MODULE 8: Putting Things in Their Place
    • MODULE 9: Substrates and Foundations
    • MODULE 10: The Last Miles - Finishing
  • Two Live Q&A Sessions with Clarissa Callesen (recorded for your convenience)
  • 8 weeks of interaction with Clarissa through a Private Facebook Community
  • Lifetime Access to the student community so you can engage again next year and stay in touch with your new creative cohort
  • BONUS – Creating Coaching

Are you ready to Break Free from Creative Boundaries?

A lifetime of learning and exploration awaits.


  • 10 Modules with Individual Video Lessons

  • Comprehensive Resource Guides

  • 2 Live Q&A Sessions

  • 8 Weeks of Tutor Engagement*

  • Lifetime Access

  • *Private Facebook Community

  • Learn at Your Own Pace

  • Professionally Filmed Content

Today's Price

$349 USD

Payment plans
available at checkout

Our promise of excellence

A message from Fibre Arts Take Two

You’re here because you’re searching for a new path towards creating authentic original artwork – with the confidence, courage, and the mindset to back it up.  It is our promise to deliver you nothing short of that.

It’s essential you know that the Fibre Arts Take Two production is professionally produced with the highest standards, giving you an audio-visual experience that’s second to none. In doing so, we value collaborating with some of the most impressive thought leaders in the mixed media industry. We respect the lifetime worth of knowledge and intellectual property they pour into this creative and educational development for you. In return, we hope to attract the type of creatives with these same values.

That is also why, to protect your investment, our money-back guarantee covers you. Should you watch less than 10% of the course content within 7 days of your purchase and not be satisfied with the quality of this production, we will process a full refund. For further information, please see our terms and conditions

Our supportive team is here to answer questions, either before, during, or after your investment, ensuring you get the best experience as a Fibre Arts Take Two student. If needed, please contact our customer service team at support@fibreartstaketwo.com. We are always happy to help.

The secret to feeling alive with your work happens by knowing how to uncover your authenticity.

It happens by stepping outside the lines and allowing yourself to be different.

It happens by making mistakes, taking risks, and re-writing the narrative. 

And in a world of fast fashion and perfectly polished influencers…

A world where 92 million tonnes of textile waste overflows landfills each and every year…

Your authenticity is needed more than ever.

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Let’s Meet

Hi I’m Clarissa. A creative coach, traveller, rust lover, and true believer that you can make something out of anything if you’re honest with yourself and willing to experiment. 

And that’s why authenticity permeates throughout everything I do and teach – honouring the integrity of the environment, preserving materials, and honing in on your YOUness to create a better world.

Because the truth is – in an age where so many people are focused on things like mass production, throwing items out instead of repairing or reusing, and dishing out quick judgments to what’s 'pretty' or 'worthy'. 

It’s clear that our world is craving more uniqueness. 

And that’s why I’m so excited to partner with Fibre Arts Take Two on such a life-changing project.

A project that pushes the creative envelope, and embraces unique recycling methods. 

Because when you can change the way you look at art – it changes the way you look at yourself as an artist. 

And that’s about as life-changing as you can get.

Meet Your Creative Coach, Clarissa Callesen


I now look at my work and think, “wow, I made sculptures that tug at my heart and make me FEEL something.” It’s something I’ve wanted to explore in my practice for so long…

– Cindy Curby


Here Are Questions That Other Artists Have Frequently Asked Prior To Joining… 


(If we haven’t answered yours, feel free to reach out to the Fibre Arts Take Two
team at 
support@fibreartstaketwo.com and ask away!)

Our goal of finding discarded treasures and minimising textile landfills is not only good for the environment but also makes it almost non-existent to buy any new materials. We are determined to work with products that are likely already in your house – like paper, pens, and basic sewing material – and will help you source the rest by encouraging you to walk down the street and out in nature – looking for simple materials that you are inspired by.

Here is a copy of the Materials list for you to download.

Creating With Courage has been meticulously organised to help serve all walks – even for those who aren’t overly tech savvy. (One of the biggest differentiators we continually hear is how well organised and easy to consume the course is, plus how top-notch our customer service is!) So know that we make it simple for you to get what you need – and we are ALWAYS just a message away. You can access everything wherever you feel most comfortable – your computer, phone, or tablet.

YES, YOU DO! You will get my personal feedback and support as you work through the class. You’ll get 2 LIVE Q&A sessions where I’ll answer your questions on the spot.  Everything will be recorded and yours to keep for future access.

Not at all. This course was created with you in mind – the creative who wants to watch in your own time, hit pause, re-watch, take a break, and then return for more! While you will receive live support to cheer you on and help you through the sculptures you make, know that there is no set schedule to complete this course – plus, you’ll have all the material for life!

Online courses are building in popularity. They are a great way to supplement live workshops affordably and from the comfort of your own home. Learn new skills and see behind the scenes into the studios and lives of your favourite artists.

Our platform is very simple to use and we offer a great support team should you ever run into problems.

Because we have students from all around the world – we have geolocation set up to try and accommodate where we can! Therefore, we currently accept USD, AUD, GBP, Euro and NZD… with more to come! And if your currency wasn’t mentioned, your bank will still automatically convert it to your local currency once the charge goes through.

(And on the topic of being international, Fibre Arts Take Two, the course producers, are based in Australia… hence the spelling of things like fibre, realise and enrol!)

Of course! From the moment you join us – you will receive the entire 10-module course, which includes all four phases: The Challenge, The Techniques, The Growth, and The Transformation. You’ll also be welcomed into our online community, where you can introduce yourself and meet all your other new, aspiring, and growing artists. Once you’re all settled into your new digital home, you and I will meet with your fellow classmates for two live Q&A sessions and six bonus creative coaching videos – I can’t wait to see you there!

Not at all. You will have full access to the course via your online portal. We stream live Q&A’s on YouTube and give regular email updates of the most FAQs from the group to those not on Facebook to ensure an inclusive experience.

It is important to note that we offer a closed Facebook group for enrolled students only to connect and share their journey for a lifetime.

Being a group member allows the opportunity to gain further insights and guidance from Clarissa and other students. This group is not compulsory but is highly recommended!

Absolutely! The course content is fully responsive, so it will work regardless of whether you’re on a computer or mobile device. All you need is an internet connection.

Good question! You’ll be able to post your questions about the course in our private Facebook group; either someone from the community, Fibre Arts Take Two or Clarrisa herself will be able to help you.

If you have more technical questions or cannot join the student group, please don’t hesitate to reach out to support@fibreartstaketwo.com.

A Final Note From Clarissa

My Fellow Creative, Before You Go - Let’s Talk About The Big Picture…

Because when the dust settles, it’s not just about this course.

It’s not just about the group of creatives supporting you.

And it’s not just about the unique techniques, new processes, and your beautiful creations that are on the other side. 

It’s about so much more than that. 

It’s about the exploration, the newness, the curiosity, and the joy that’s capable inside you.

It’s about opening doors and seeing endless creativity. 

It’s about boosting your confidence, removing your inner 'not-enoughness', and riding a fabulous journey of self-discovery.

It’s about letting go of the fears of getting it wrong, of creating bad art, or of being judged…
And instead, it’s about feeling empowered to step outside the pre-determined lines. 

It’s about creating legacies, feeling inspired, and experiencing more in life.


It’s About Stretching Your Limits.
Challenging Your Outlook.
And Becoming Authentically, And Courageously YOU.


Just saying thank you seems so inadequate for a gift that changes your life, as an artist and human, so profoundly! Your voice, your insight, and your humanity as our guide will be carried with me always!

– Chris Carlson