Thursday, Apr 2 | 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Agi Hall


Nuno felting is a process that integrates fibre and fine fabric into felt. 

Participants will learn wool lay out techniques, how to integrate mixed fibres to add texture and interest and various felting methods to create a one of a kind light weight scarf to take home. No previous wet felting experience is necessary, adventurous beginners are welcome.

Kathleen Drinkwater is a fibre artist drawn to create pieces with movement and textural interest, utilizing a variety of materials within a range of disciplines.

18+ | $120 | $30 materials included

Students should bring: 2 or more large towels, a small plastic tub to hold water, something to transport wet towels home in, any felting tools or materials they might like to use to embellish their scarf. A bagged lunch and water. Participants will need to stand for long periods of time and should wear comfortable shoes, clothes and an apron if desired.