Fiber Arts: Needle Felting Workshop
“Felt is the oldest textile fabric dating as far back as 6300 BC. It is created from wool or other animal fibers that are densely matted together. Felting predates spinning, weaving or knitting and for centuries, this non-woven fabric has been used for yurts, blankets, rugs, hats, boots and clothing. Felt has the ability to protect against cold and insulate against heat, and can absorb and hold moisture, and can be cut without fraying.” --Living Felt
Learn the traditional technique of needle felting just in time for Halloween by creating a pumpkin or a witch at this two-part workshop. Make a pumpkin in the morning for $35 or a witch in the afternoon for $40, or stay for both for just $55, which includes lunch. All materials and refreshments are included in class cost. Pre-registration is required. Register soon, as this class will fill fast. For more information and to register, please call 717-528-8516 and leave a message.