What is Felt Making?


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Felt is the oldest textile known to humankind and is found in many cultures throughout the world. Felt has always had many practical uses and in the past few decades has become a popular medium for fiber artists.This 2-day introductory class is for those who have never felted before and want to know what it’s about. Participants will experience a taste of both wet-felting and needle-felting. All materials will be supplied, with a $20 materials fee to be paid to the instructor at the first class.

Elizabeth Stubbs has been an artist all her life, working in a variety of mediums.  For the past twenty years she has been exploring felt making as an art form and sharing it with others through classes and workshops at several locations including the Winsor School, Waldorf School of Lexington, ArtSpan Lexington, Umbrella Community Arts and with private students.

Start Date: 9/19/2022, 2 meetings
Class Time: 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Day of Week: Monday
Location: In Person Location TBD
Instructor: Elizabeth Stubbs
Status: Closed