Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 Time: 9:30-4:30pm
The Felted Vessel class is a great introduction to wet felting for the curious artist or crafter. Each student will learn how to make quality felt, create a resist, and learn different methods to create a variety of texture and patterns for future designs. Whether a novice or experienced felter, everyone will make a fabulous 3-dimensional wet felted vessel of their own creation. More advanced felt-makers may incorporate multiple techniques into their vessel. This class is hard work, but loads of fun and chock full of creativity!
Instructor: Kimberly Darling
Experience: Beginner to Intermediate
Workshop Fee: $58 (due at time of registration)
Materials Fee: $25 (payable to instructor in class) Fee covers resists, patterns, plastic, bubble wrap, wool, design elements, silk, neps, prefelts, locks, and instructor’s super secret stash!
Supplies Students Need to Bring: 2-3 large bath towels, a kitchen dish drying towel (if you have one), very sharp scissors, 1 gallon bucket, a ballbrauser if you have one, if not a small dish soap type squirt bottle, large sponge, black magic marker, a bar of olive oil soap (unscented), 1 pair knee-high nylon stockings, a plastic trash bag, and bed risers for the tables (WalMart has them for $5). Wear comfortable clothes and shoes, a water-resistant apron is nice but not necessary, as you may get a bit wet. There is tap water available on site, otherwise bring your own bottles of water.