Waitlist-> Felting Class: Woolscapes

08/27/2022 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Shepherd's Corner Ecology Center
987 N Waggoner Road Blacklick
OH 43004

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Felting Program: Woolscapes Class
Saturday, August 27th 1:30-3:30 pm
$20 program fee *7 participant maximum*

Inspiration for the woolscapes. A photograph of a bright green field, on a blue sky day. At the edge of the field on the horizon is a line of darker green trees. Above the trees are puffy clouds, that become wispy as the blue sky continues upwards.
Inspiration photography for the example woolscapes.

Woolscape example: green grass and trees with a blue sky featuring white puffy clouds. Woolscape example: with a grassy green field, rising in the background to a hill. The hill is partially obscured by wispy clouds on a dark blue sky. Woolscape example: green grass of a field with a tree line at the horizon. Low clouds are topped by a light dusty purple rising into a blue sky.










Learn how to work with dry wool to create needle-felted landscapes that represent the natural world. Using a single felting needle and a multi-needle tool, you can paint color with natural and dyed fibers just as you would with a paint brush. Your finished impressionist or abstract wool landscape will be 5” x 7” in size and can be framed for hanging.

Gail Maraman became interested in wool and felt making when she began caring for a small flock of sheep at Windy Crest Farm in Granville, Ohio. Using the wool from her own sheep, she learned how to design and create many different types of felt: traditional, watercolor, needle, and Nuno. Today, her finished felt pieces include wearable art accessories and items for home décor.

Masks are requested if community spread remains high & if a mask advisory is in place for Franklin County at the time of the class. Registration, which is required, closes three business days prior to the program or when capacity is reached. We ask that you register by calling (614) 866-4302 or via this form,

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Shepherd’s Corner Ecology Center is an outreach of The Dominican Sisters of Peace.