NEPENTHE STUDIO WET FELTING WORKSHOPS
CLASSES FOR 2020 at PBC. DUNNOTAR, MB
I will be doing a series of Art Felting classes this year at the Ponemah Beach Art Centre.
due to Covid 19, we are presently on hold.
I’m anxious to get started instructing again. I am missing all of you! ❤️
When it’s safe to have the classes, I will put it on FaceBook, Twitter, and Instagram, and of course, right here.
How to make a yurt.
Wet felting is believed to be the oldest method of fabric making in the world. Dated back to between 6500-6300BE
A Yurt is a house or shelter made of felt. HERE IS HOW IT WAS DONE.
build a Mongolian Yurt.
HANDMADE WET FELTED HATS At Ponemah Central Art Centre.September 28th
I’ll show you how to measure your head and make a pattern (resist) , design and create a ultra warm hat that’s wind proof, water resistant, and totally unique to YOU.
bring 2 bath towels and your lunch. The towels can be worn and grungey, as long as they are still absorbent.
we-start at 10 am and have until 5:30.
See you on the 28th. Yay!
THIS CLASS IS NOW FULL
WET FELTING HAT WORKSHOP OCTOBER 19, 2019
presents- wet felting hat workshop
Short ROADTRIP! 3/4 of an hour drive to Chris Larsen’s beautiful River’s Edge Studio on the Boyne River, where I will teach you the art of creating a wet Felted hat. These aren’t just ordinary hats! Noooooo... they are truly Canadian hats to handle the coldest weather Canada and Manitoba can dish out. You will learn the process of design, of making the most ancient fabric in history. Lots of colours to choose from and ideas to fire you up designing just what you want. You’ll go home with a work of wearable art that will be totally original and toasty warm. The written instructions are easy to follow so you can create more beautiful hats for friends and family!