Time for a class-this time, we will be creating a cobweb felt scarf, a beautifully lightweight and lacy felting technique that is easy to learn! Here are the details on the class:

Sunday, June 29th, 2-6pm

Location-my home (email me for address and directions:

$40, all supplies included

I will be carding up several fiber batts with alpaca and silk fibers to use for this class-lots of color selections-and the fibers are so luscious that you’ll have a tough time during the layout process. This will be an outdoor class, so wear clothes that are comfy (summer in Kansas and you’ll get wet!) and non-slip soled shoes. I’ll have iced tea and lemonade to help keep us cool! Limited space-only 6 students-and the class will be postponed if weather becomes an issue.

I will be taking pictures during the class to post on the Potwin Fiber Artisans website ( and here on my blog-I promise, you’ll be featured in a great light and your face will be beaming with your beautiful scarf!

Contact me for additional information or to reserve your spot in the class! See you soon! Anna

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February brings felting classes once again! EVERYONE can learn how to felt wool and other fibers-not to mention, it’s a wonderful way to shake off the winter blues and let loose with all that pent up energy! Join me and stab something into existence! RSVP by emailing me your contact information:

2 hour class at Potwin Presbyterian Church (5th and Washburn), Tuesday Feb 11, 630-830pm
minimum 4 students, maximum class size 20
Give yourself the gift of a set of wool dryer balls (2) and get away from chemicals to dry and soften your laundry. With a needle felted beginning, these dryer balls will be ready for you to throw into a hot wash when you get home, and will be much easier to remove from the nylon covering.

2-2 hour classes at Potwin Presbyterian Church (5th and Washburn), Thursday Feb 13 & 20, 630-830pm
minimum 4 students, maximum class size 10
During the first class, you’ll needle felt your self lined bag on a closed cell foam block. At the second class, handle and closure options will be discussed, and you’ll embellish your bag with additional needlefelting, buttons and beads.


2 hour class at Potwin Presbyterian Church (5th and Washburn), Tuesday Feb 25, 630-830pm
minimum 4 students, maximum class size 10
Learn the basics of wet felting as you create an open, lacy lattice design all-season scarf. You’ll have the opportunity to work with a number of tools while learning the techniques of wet felting.

Cupcake Pincushion Class-Monday Feb. 13th


Come join me at the Potwin Presbyterian Church Monday evening from 6-8pm and learn to needle felt a cupcake pincushion. Class fee is $15 and will be collected at the beginning of class, and you’ll need to have a couple of ounces of wool fiber, a foam base upon which to felt, and felting needles. I will have kits with those supplies available at the class for $15 if you don’t have/can’t locate supplies. Hope to see you on Monday!


Until then, FELT THIS!