Sculptural Needle Felting
Mar 19, 2017 at 10:00 AM
During this 1-day workshop students will create their own wool sculptures. Projects themes vary depending on the student interests and previous experience in needle felting (workshop can run for any level of experience). Needle Felting uses special barbed needles to interlock wool fibers to create a 3D object. It is an enjoyable craft with a quick learning curve, requires minimal supplies, doesn’t make any mess and can be done almost anywhere. You can create almost anything just out of fluffy pile of wool. The most popular themes include: animals, flowers, decorative items, fruits and vegetables, felted food and more…. You can choose whatever you like. Instructor: Anastasia Semash.
Skill Level: All (Ages 16 – Adult)
Class Size: 4 Minimum / 12 Maximum
Supplies provided includes:
Needles (1 or 2 per student, plus extra). Needles are individual, and students take them home after the workshop.
Prefelt sheets, wires (pipe cleaners), other fibers
Other supplies (such as foam pads, wire cutters, sewing supplies, pliers, books on needle felting, etc.) are provided by the instructor during the class.
Sunday, March 19, 2017 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
$75 Members / $95 Nonmembers
Materials fee: $8 (payable to the instructor.)
Contact the Fuller Craft Museum at 508-588-6000 for more information.