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Wet Felting Workshop

Introductory class to hand and machine felting wool with water

Wet felting is a process used to make wool and other animal fibers into the dense fabric known as felt. The process involves the application of warm, soapy water, which causes layers of fleece placed at 90 degree angles to one another to hook together into a single piece of fabric. We will explore three felting techniques; felting by hand and forming a bowl, nuno felting and a felted landscape piece on the felting table. Class includes fiber and supplies. Prepare to get a bit wet! Instructor: Susan Snider

Date & Time

August 19, 2018

10:00AM - 4:00PM

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