Wet Felted Flowers: Felting Class

04/02/2022 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Shepherd's Corner Ecology Center
987 N Waggoner Road

Felting Program: Wet Felt Flower Class
Saturday, April 2nd 1:30-3:30 pm
$20 program fee *7 participant maximum*

Flower, made of wool, on a blue background. Flower itself has 10 petals and is pink and white in color, the center is darker and there are green leaves peeking from beneath the flower. Felted poinsettia flower on a blue background. Flower has 10 pointy red petals and the center is yellow. Peeking out from behind are green felted leaves.












Learn how to make three dimensional felt flowers out of wool and soapy water. The leaves, petals, stamen, and pistil are constructed from dry wool and then transformed into a blooming flower using the wet felting technique. The finished flower can be worn as a brooch or used as a decoration for hats, handbags or gifts. Finished the flowers will weight around .5 oz. be about 4” x 4”.

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 décor.

Masks are optional.

Registration, which is required, closes three business days prior to the program or when capacity is reached. Please register by calling (614) 866-4302 or via this form,


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