NEEDLE FELTING BASICS

…or as I like to call it, How to Stab Something into Existence!

Come join me for this two part class that will have you stabbing with the best of felters. Two hours, two Tuesday evenings, lots of stabbing!
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NEEDLE FELTING BASICS
Tue, October 7, 6pm – 8pm and Tue., October 14, 6pm-8pm
Potwin Presbyterian Church, Topeka, KS, 5th & Washburn

2-2 hour classes-all materials included-$30

Have you ever wanted permission to stab something into existence?? Well, I have the class for you! During the first class, learn the proper technique to maximize your enjoyment of the process of needle felting, and using a frame, create one or more small felted shapes. At the second class, you will learn the best ways to sculpt with needlefelting, with and without an armature.

Needle Felting is a wonderful technique to create jewelry, ornaments, make embellishments to clothing, the list goes on and on. No experience needed, class size limited to 20.
Contact Anna Walker to reserve your spot: annasplaceofholding@gmail.com, aka @FELTit on Twitter, or http://www.annasplaceofholding.com

FEBRUARY IS BUSTING WITH CLASSES!

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: annasplaceofholding@gmail.com

WOOL DRYER BALLS $15
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.

BAG-ON-A-BLOCK  $30
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.

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LATTICE LACE SCARF-INTRO TO WET FELTING  $30
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.