NEEDLE FELTINGLearn the basics of creating two dimensional felted pictures in this beginner's workshop!
SCHEDULE:11/30 | 6:30PM-8:30PM
Learn the basics of creating two dimensional felted pictures in this beginner's workshop. In this class, we will introduce the tools used in needle felting and then dive in to designing, creating, and experimenting with your own felted images. By the end of the session, you will have your own piece to take with you to finish at home.
Skills + Materials
This is a beginner workshop and no previous experience is needed to participate. Workshop supplies are included in the fee - you will have a felting pad, pre-felt, finger guards, needles, and wool to work with in class and take home with you to continue your felting journey!
In order to create a safe, inclusive learning space we're asking that all students, teaching artists, and staff wear masks at all times while they are indoors as well as show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test.
Cancellation + Make-up Policy
We absolutely understand that things come up and you may need to cancel your registration. We've done our best to create a cancellation policy that honors how fickle life can be alongside our financial commitment to our staff and teaching artists. If you need to cancel your registration we are happy to offer a 50% store credit refund for cancellations made two weeks in advance of your workshop date. Unfortunately, we cannot offer refunds for cancellations made less than two weeks in advance. We are also unable to offer make-ups or exchanges for missed workshops.
Sarah is a penguin-admirer, theatre artist, and puppy scruffler, who recently fell head-over-heels into felting and is pretty sure she's never looking back. Her work focuses on the relationships between generosity, care, healing, and creativity. She's known for facilitating environments in which creators can make pieces from a place of personal authenticity, while learning with each other and honing their personal and collective voices. Photo of Sarah taken by Denise Allen.