Curious about the wooly world of needle felting?
Join us for a live virtual online class to make tiny cute things out of wool!
Using needle felting techniques, we’ll create a tiny sheep that fits in the palm of your hand. You'll learn all about needle felting: what types of fibers work best, selecting appropriate felting needles, and how to sculpt complex shapes.
Follow along and ask questions in real time with instruction and demonstration from our talented Teaching Artist via the Zoom video platform.
All materials and tools will be provided (including the supplies to make a second sheep after class!)
This workshop is open to ages 10 and over.
HOW TO JOIN:
Register here and during checkout select whether you'd like the class supply kit shipped to you or available for pick up at the studio during our limited pickup times. Please register in advance to make sure the kit will arrive in time!
The class will be hosted virtually through Zoom and the details for joining will be emailed to you after you register. Learn more about the technology and accessing our online classes.
Class time listed is Pacific Time Zone.
Note: If a date is sold out, join the waitlist to be contacted when a spot opens up.
Would you like to use your Class Pack to sign up for this class and receive the supply kit? Sure! Simply enter your Class Pack code during checkout. While the class fee and kit will both be covered, you'll still be responsible for any shipping fees due for the supply kit.
Please let us know as soon as possible if you're unable to attend. For online classes, we will issue refunds, transfers, or credits of the class registration fee only ($45) and require contact via email in advance of the class with the request. Once the supplies are shipped or marked as ready for pickup, these are now yours to keep regardless if you're able to attend class!
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LeBrie Rich (known to some as The Duchess of Felt) is an artist and educator living in Portland. LeBrie’s work in felt has been shown in diverse settings, including museums, galleries, storefront windows, and art vending machines. LeBrie has been teaching felting workshops since 2006 and loves to introduce people the miraculous and fun process of transforming raw wool into felt! Learn more about LeBrie's work in felt by visiting PenFelt.com.