Friday & Saturday, September 22 - 23, 2017
Lynda West owns and operates a farm (West Heritage Farm) raising fiber sheep and a fiber minimill (Ten Mile Fiber) producing artisan yarns.
Lynda began working with fiber as a pre-teen and has taught fiber related classes for over 20 years. She has taught classes in knitting, crocheting, weaving, wheel and spindle spinning, natural and chemical dying, and felting.
Lynda has taught in a variety of venues including community colleges, fiber festivals, fiber guilds, her home studio and other community settings.
Follow her activities on the web and on facebook as TenMileFiberMill and WestHeritgeFarm.
Saturday: 9 am to noon, 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Instructor: Lynda West
For All Levels
This workshop will instruct participants in creating a purse using Wet Felting, a traditional process of making felt using wool and soapy water. The participant will choose from four basic purse sizes and shapes (shoulder bag, clutch, tote bag, or bucket). Class offers introductory as well as advanced methods and plenty of time for the student to complete the purse during the session
$35 class fee + $30 materials fee.
(Save $5 by registering by August 6, 2016)
To register, please go to the Registration Page.
4-6 ounces wool roving and batting in various colors
Buttons for embellishment
All tools and materials needed, including choice of felt colors & embellishments
Supplies to Bring:
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