Workshop: Needle Felting08 September 10:00
Spend a day needle felting to create wonderfully colourful animals using whisper soft, un-spun sheep’s wool. You will discover hoe, working with a barbed felting needle, you can knit the fibres together to produce delightful 3-D figures – and none of that messy wet wool felting business!
Dry felting or needle felting is a quick way to make a whole ‘zoo’ of animals from pigs and penguins to robins and gold finches, and chirpy squirrels. You can make a mini version of your pet dog or cat.
Price includes refreshments plus all of the materials you need to create your animal and you will go home with a completed piece. Please bring your own lunch.
This course is ideal for beginners and improvers alike, and for anyone who would like to make more than conventional knitting with wool and yarn.
West Berkshire Museum
Friday 8th September 2017, 10am – 4pm, £62
To book a place on these workshops please call the museum 01635 519562 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the tutor:
Sue Pearl has been felt making for some 20 years. She runs all levels of adult workshops and takes her skills into art schools and Craft schools across the country as well as overseas. She is a very effective tutor, passing on her expertise with enthusiasm.
Cancellation policy: Workshops are non-refundable, however, you can transfer your booking onto any other session at either Shaw House or West Berkshire Museum and pay any higher price difference. Please contact reception directly, not the course leader, in order to transfer your booking; Shaw House 01635 279279, Museum 01635 519562.