Updated: Oct 26, 2021
Join felt :: feutre canada member, Carmen Ditzler on Monday August 12 at Fly in the Fibre for a day of Nuno Felting. Carmen is one of the wonderful artists who’s work is part of our exciting online exhibit: WORDS.
Nuno Felt Skills Nuno felt is the lamination of wool and silk or other light open weave fabrics to create a whole new fabric. Nuno felt is typically used for scarves, garments, and accessories. In this class you will learn some of the skills for successful nuno felt in order to make your own projects. Three different samples with three different kinds of fabric. Silk habotai, silk gauze, and cotton cheesecloth. Silk, wool and other materials provided. Bring bubble wrap, two large towels, and a small bucket or container. Wear shoes for standing.
Monday August 12, 10-2 (break for lunch) $70. Beginners welcome.
About the instructor Carmen Ditzler, Fibre Arts Creator & Teacher
Carmen is passionate about all things fibre arts related but in particular with wet felting. She finds the combination of wool, water, soap, and hands has infinite possibilities in felt and is continuously fascinating. She has been making felt for seven years and taken classes from internationally known felt makers such as Lyn Pflugeur, Marjolien Dallinga, Fiona Duthie, Andrea Graham, Marie Friese, and Melissa Arnold. Students refer to her as a funny, engaging, patient and skilled teacher. You can see some of her work at www.carmenditzler.com
About Fly in the Fibre Fly in the Fibre is a fibre hub located in Creston, B.C. A store dedicated to yarn, fibre, local art, women’s accessories, home decor and excellent Oso Negro coffee. Visit the shop online @ https://www.flyinthefibre.ca