Sunday, November 10, 2019, 1–4 p.m.
Needle felting is the art of sculpting wool with special barbed needles, usually on a “platform” of foam rubber or foam core. In this introductory workshop led by Laura Rankin, students will learn and practice this completely dry form of felting by making basic 3D shapes, including a ball (used to make an acorn ornament) and a simple figure. They’ll also learn to attach appendages and to use templates to make small flat pieces such as ornaments or brooches. All materials are provided.
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