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Saturday, January 7, 2023
1pm-3:30pm Eastern (10am Pacific/11am Mountain)
*This workshop will also be recorded if you’d like to watch & create on your own at a later date.
Virtual Workshop

Nuno felt is a fabric felting technique developed by a fiber artist in Australia in the 1990’s. “Nuno” is the Japanese word for cloth.  Learn to bond several layers of loose natural fibers into a sheer loosely woven silk chiffon to create a light-weight felt.  Then we’ll add a layer of beautiful extreme length curls as fringe.

Kits will be mailed out a week before the workshop. USA Shipping is included in the price, please inquire for international shipping fee.

Your kit will include enough materials to make 2 collars.

  • One will be natural colors of wool- white, grays, and browns.
  • Your second scarf will be in vivid color from your choice of hand-dyed custom wool: Ocean (blues, turquoise, & greens), Forest (greens, browns, & yellow), Sunrise (oranges, pinks & reds), or Sunset (purples, blues, & coral).

You supply: dish detergent, a squeeze bottle, and buttons/closures.

All other materials will be supplied in your kit including: a felting stone, silk chiffon fabric, wool, cashmere, Masham curls, bubble wrap, and nylon netting.

Friends of the Shakers members receive a $5 discount on workshop fees, consider becoming a member or renewing your membership today and apply the discount below.

*This workshop will also be recorded if you’d like to watch & create on your own at a later date.  Simply register below and all registrants will receive their kit in the mail, the Live Zoom link, and the recorded video link.


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Register - Nuno Felted Collar Virtual Workshop
$ 110.00
17 available
Friends of the Shakers Discount- Nuno Felted Collar Virtual
$ 105.00
17 available

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