Good March everyone!
I have been quite remiss in posting on this blog for the past few months-my only excuse is that my new job (started in December) is proving to be a “GROWNUP” type job, and between that nd studying for my licensing exam in April, well, I’ve been a very busy girl!
So you can imagine how excited I am to have a FUN morning planned for this Saturday-Nuno Felted Scarf-101, from 9am to Noon on March 9th. We will be at the Potwin Presbyterian Church located at 5th & Washburn right here in Topeka. So far, we have 4 or 5 planning to come, and I’m hoping that another couple might decide to give this a try!
We will go over the basics of nuno felting, each person will create a lightweight scarf, perfect for spring through fall, and will have an assortment of colors from which to choose! The cost is $50 per person for the 3 hour class, and all supplies are included, as are the tools needed during class. I certainly hope that you will take a look at your schedule and try to come to class Saturday-you won’t regret it, and you’ll be armed with information to continue creating nuno style when you leave!
A question has come to mind for my spinner friends: many of you know that I am also a beader, though I am now using the beads as embellishment in my felted projects. It occurred to me that some of you may be interested in pre-beaded thread to use for plying, and I thought I would check to see if any of you would be interested in such an item, and, if so, what you would be looking for regarding weight of thread, lengths needed, and the cost you would be willing to pay for such an item.
Let me know if this is of interest or if you want to come to class Saturday!