Learn more about the art of needle felting as instructor Lynda Liptak takes students through a simple class.
What is needle felting?
Using a single, barbed needle borrowed from commercial felting machines, wool fibers are tangled and compacted by repeatedly jabbing the needle into the fibers, forming three-dimensional felt sculptures bound only by one’s imagination. In contrast to traditional felt making methods that use water and friction, needle felting is also known as dry felting.
This is the perfect class for beginners, or if you just want to practice your basic felting skills.
$40 per person includes kit and materials. Light refreshments will be provided.
About the teacher:
Lynda Liptak is the founder of Llamas del Sol and is dedicated to sharing the awesomeness of llamas. She has only owned llamas since February 2009 but it has been a very in-depth involvement. Lynda and her family have four wonderful trekking llamas with very different personalities. Lynda has been studying camelid dynamics since the start of her llama advantures and is an active member of Marty McGee's Camelidynamics Forum. She is also holds a masters degree in operations research from the Colorado School of Mines and works part time at Applied Research Associates as a scientist.
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