Needle felting has been described as painting with wool. Learn about the colorful possibilities dry felting offers while creating with others in a great space.
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You’ll learn how to make a pin, ring or cuff and will leave with one or two of your own creations as well as ideas for many more. We will focus primarily on flat forms in this workshop but examples of more sculptural forms will be shown.
Needle felting involves stabbing wool roving with a special barbed needle to make dense felt fabric or forms. All you need is wool roving, a foam pad, a special felting needle and the creative spirit.
Class fee includes all materials. Feel free to bring beads or charms to incorporate in your designs.
Diane Tchakirides is a mixed media artist who has been obsessively needle felting for over six years. She blogs about art, crafts and life at: www.lookinguplookingdown.blogspot.com
Date: March 10, 2013 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Cost: $45 includes all materials
Location: Space to Create (Ballard)
1414 NW 70th St.
Seattle, WA 98117
Questions about the event:
contact Diane Tchakirides
Or call 206.391.4019
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