Felting Workshop 2008

Sat, Jun 28, 2008

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Felting Workshop  2008

Workshops will be held on:
Monday, 28 July from 4 – 6:30pm at North Joondalup Primary School
Wednesday, 30 July from 4 – 6:30pm at Peter Carnley Anglican Community School

Felt is the oldest form of fabric known to man. It is a non-woven cloth that is created when fibres are tangled and become matted. It has a wide variety of uses from car engines and musical instruments to clothing and toys.

During this two and a half hour felting workshop participants will create a hollow form creature out of brightly coloured merino wool and learn how to decorate their creation with dots, stripes and dreadlocks. This simple process can be used in the classroom and is well suited to an extension or gifted and talented programme.

Afternoon tea will be provided and participants will need to bring the following:
– A plastic bag
– An art shirt
– An old towel

Please rsvp to Sarah Hannah at by Friday, 25 July and feel free to contact her if you have any questions.


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