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Course Number: 160-32074V01
Felt Making – a diversity of forms. In this free workshop you will be inspired by the diversity of forms that can be created with felt. Felt, considered one of the original textiles, is a non-woven fabric that is created by the matting of animal fibres with friction and moisture. Sheep’s wool is an ideal fibre for felting as the scales on wool fibres matt readily together. Felt can be very fine and flexible or it can be thick and rigid. This ancient technique allows for endless possibilities in the creative process. You will learn how to lay the wool, layer techniques, make a resist, pre-felt, remove resist, and fulling. This versatile medium has a myriad of applications for fine clothing or sculptural pieces. In this two hour workshop have fun, get hands-on and create your own small sculptural project in felt.
There are no entry requirements for this course.
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