During this hands-on workshop, you’ll learn how to wet felt a centerpiece for your table or to use as a wall hanging; while implementing your own specialized design details using instructor supplied designs from the early 1900s.  The design and shape possibilities are endless.  

No felting experience necessary. Most supplies and tools included, please refer to this list for additional supplies you’ll need to bring to class or pre-purchase from the instructor.   

Date/Time/Place: TBA


Prepare yourself for cuteness!  This workshop is paw-some!  Needle felting is the art of sculpting wool to make creative textiles.   In our case, we’re making cuddly felted dogs. This class is beginner-friendly; no experience necessary! We’ve got all the materials you’ll need.  You'll walk away with a finished project and techniques to continue beyond the classroom. 

Also included in the Pet Play series.

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Derived from the Japanese word "nuno" meaning cloth, felting is a fabric felting technique, developed in Australia in 1992 by fiber artist Polly Stirling.

This workshop provides the perfect opportunity to learn both the wet felting and nuno processes. All materials are included in the course fee.  However, you are invited to bring along any yarns and other fibers you might want to incorporate into your scarf.


We’re combining natural materials and felt to create a unique work of art during this two-hour hands-on class.  


During this workshop, participants learn how to make warm fingerless gloves the easy way using the wet felting process.   These gloves make fashionable “handmade by you” gifts or are awesome keepers for keeping your hands toasty-warm while you're out and about.