Classes

LEVEL 1: Wet Felted Mini Wall Hanging with Sharon Mansfield @ Loomis | California | United States
10:30 am
Bring to life rolling hills, fields of flowers, streams and beautiful skies in this intensive one-day workshop with Sharon. Students will learn how to wet felt a landscape using lots of textural fibers. A materials list[...]
LEVEL 2: Dimensional Framed Floral with Toni Lutman @ Loomis | California | United States
9:00 am
In this class you will make a piece of wet felted dimensional wall art that extends beyond the frame.  You will start with a wet felted background, to which you will add dimensional felted flowers,[...]
Mar 7 @ 10:30 am – Mar 8 @ 5:30 pm
LEVEL 3: Wet Felted Carpet Bag @ Loomis | California | United States
10:30 am
This carpet bag hauls all my felting supplies to and from work every day. It is so strong  that I think it would carry a bowling ball without a problem! It’s durable, washable and cute[...]
Mar 13 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
LEVEL 1: Wet Felted Vessel @ Loomis | California | United States
11:00 am
There is magic in making a felted vessel. We felt a double sided, flat circle with a resist inside, cut a slit in the center of one side and this creates a hollow sphere. Almost like[...]
LEVEL 1: Four in One Neck Wrap with Toni Lutman @ Loomis | California | United States
11:00 am
Using merino wool and fun textural embellishments, learn how to make a versatile wet felted neck wrap/warmer that can be worn several ways.   Prerequisite: No experience required. Instructor: Toni Lutman Class Fee: $75 +[...]
LEVEL 1: Wet Felted Mini Wall Hanging with Sharon Mansfield @ Loomis | California | United States
10:30 am
Bring to life rolling hills, fields of flowers, streams and beautiful skies in this intensive one-day workshop with Sharon. Students will learn how to wet felt a landscape using lots of textural fibers. A materials list[...]
Mar 30 @ 10:30 am – 5:30 pm
LEVEL 2: Shibori Inspired Neck Wrap @ Loomis | California | United States
10:30 am
This shibori inspired neckwrap was inspired by a scarf Melissa Arnold made years ago and was given to me by my daughter. I wanted to create something that gave the illusion of a shibori dyed[...]