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Felting for the Kitchen

Course Overview

The kitchen is a great place for handmade wool items. Potholders, tea cozies, cup cozies, placemats, hotpads, table runners, dish scrubbies, felted soap balls-- all these projects use the basic method of taking wool batting or roving, adding designs with a felting needle (or not), and using water, soap and agitation to create durable, washable, beautiful, and practical things. Students follow their skill level and Elise will guide you to create what you have in your imagination. Everyone will learn from each other and undoubtedly be inspired and challenged. Students are welcome to take just the first day of this course for 50% of tuition.


Sat, Mar 16th, 2019  –  Sun, Mar 17th, 2019

Course Details

Length: 2 Days
Skill Levels: Beginner to Advanced
Hours: 9am-5pm
Intergenerational age: na
Registration Cost: $200.00
Includes materials fee of $30.00
Additional materials fee paid to instructor when class starts: Additional fees may apply depending on projects

Required Tools

You will need the following tools for this class:

  • Bring two towels  and a plastic bag to bring your treasures home. 
  • Wear clothes that can get wet and comfortable shoes.

Optional Tools

  • Bring any special yarns or wool you have. 
  • Also, any images of what you hope to create are always helpful
  • a bar of olive oil soap (found at co-op and North House)
  • a sponge

More Information

Once registered, students will receive a confirmation email with further class information. Please call us if you haven't received it within 24 hours.