At capacity: Sheep Stones: Felting Class

10/03/2020 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Shepherd's Corner Ecology Center
987 N Waggoner Rd
$20 suggested donation

Wool Felting Program: Sheep Stones

Saturday, October 3rd             1:30 – 3:30 pm
$20 program fee           *7 participant maximum*

Contact to be added to wait-list for this program.

Learn how to make three dimensional felt shapes out of wool and soapy water. First we will shape the wool around a small stone, and make solid wool shapes that can be connected to the felt covered stone. The finished project will be a woolly sheep stone paperweight. Stitching can also be added for definition and detail. This is a beginner felting class.

Facilitated by: Gail Maraman

Gail 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 decor.

Felted stones that are made in the shape of sheep.


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