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In this class students who are brand new to needle felting will learn basic needle felting skills, and those who have already begin felting will refine the skills they already have. We'll begin with flat felted shapes and learn to use them to create individual parts of a whole, as well as felting an entire scene. Then we'll add dimensional shapes, working together to combine them with flat felted shapes as needed to create needle felted sculptures of animals, plants, and other items found in...
This class is taught in English.
Students will need a beginners needle felting kit (there are many available) that includes several needles, a felting mat, foam, or pillow, and assorted colors of wool batting... I suggest a combination of neutral naturals (for animals) and brights (for flowers, plants, fungi, and more colorful animals. I encourage students to work predominantly with wool "batts" rather than "roving" because it has a more easily felted texture - especially for beginners... but either or a combination of both is just fine! Students should also have a couple of sheets of felt (I prefer wool, but polyester will work if that's all you can find!) in soft natural colors like blue/green/brown/gray. You can buy this by the piece in craft stores, or a 1/4 yard cut from a bolt at a fabric store will also be plenty!
3 hours 40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
In this class we will be using sharp needles to shape fibers... There is a risk that students may poke their fingers! Please consider your child's ability to exercise care and caution, and follow instructions with sharp objects, before enrolling them in this class!!
Textile Artist, Domestic Historian, and Forest Kindergarten Teacher (she/her)
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Hi Friends! I grew up homeschooling in the woods of Maine. I spent my summers at Girl Scout camp, and traveling across the country on adventures primarily focused on the outdoors and history - like a wagon train traversing the North Dakota...