WET FELTING ONE-DAY WORKSHOP
May 19, 2018 –
with Christal Yost,
Saturday, May 19, 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Wool felt is an incredibly durable, beautiful, and useful fabric, and modern felted objects can be considered both art and craft.Felt was an integral part of the everyday life of nomadic herding cultures, and examples of felted objects date back hundreds of years. Felt fabric can be used to make many items including saddle pads, yurt walls, socks, boots, hats, bags, coats, and scarves. In this full-day workshop, we will learn the basic techniques of wet felting, and we will learn about new felting techniques that have evolved. Partici-
pants will leave with several completed projects including felted flowers and beads that can be used for embellishment, a felted scarf, and a small bag or vessel. Items to bring to class: 2 bath size towels, one small rag, a notebook and a pen.
Earlybird Cost: $85 members, $95 nonmembers.
After May 5, cost: $95/ $105.
Materials fee for wool roving, fabric, and other materials that will be used for projects to be paid to teacher day of class: $30
Registration deadline: May 12.
Degrees in Biochemistry, International travel and a deep respect for cultural diversity are all important influences that inform her work in the arts. Training in the arts has included courses at universities, regional art schools, and private lessons. Christal's portfolio includes oil paintings, clay and Tennessee marble sculptures, and fabric and fiber works. She operates a fiber studio in Knoxville TN offering private and