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Learn how to make a felted scarf that drapes

Instructor: Linda St. Peter-Prine
In this class you will be making a felted cobweb scarf using merino wool. These scarves are light and airy but also warm and durable. Each participant should bring a squirt bottle such as an empty ketchup or dish soap bottle as well as excitement to learn a new artistic technique. Materials are included in the fee but you are welcome to bring special roving or embellishments such as yarn or trim. You will come out of the class with a beautiful, one of a kind merino scarf to enjoy.

Note: This is a beginner class so no previous experience required.

About Your Instructor
Linda St. Peter-Prine is a Maker who enjoys working in many different media: drawing, painting and creating stuff to put out in the universe Her mind is always at work planning the next project. Inspiration for Linda’s designs comes from the everyday world. She is influenced by her peers, by graphics, jewelry, stones she sees on the beach and the woods around her. She is especially excited by color and texture. Several years ago, Linda discovered and fell in love with fabric design in the form of wet and Nuno felting. She loves how she can plan something up to a certain point and then the materials take control and create a wonderfully unpredictable result. Linda feels lucky to live in an environment where art is encouraged and respected and loves creating and sharing with a community.


Tickets may also be purchase on Eventbrite at: bit.ly/CobwebScarf