In this class you will make a tiny breakfast with an expert helping you every step of the way. We will address selecting the right gauge of needle(s) to work with and choosing appropriate fiber for a small scale. You will learn how to plan ahead and make each element to scale so that all the pieces look good together at the end.
I am known for my detailed felted sculpture of food, and in this class I will teach you all the tricks and tips I have developed over the years. At the end of class you will have a tiny felt breakfast and lots of know-how to make other tiny things out of felt.
At the end of class you get to take home your felting needle. You’ll have the option to buy the felt pad work surface + more fiber if you want to keep felting!
These Hands Maker's Collective
13347 W. Washington Blvd., Unit A
Los Angeles, CA 90066
LeBrie Rich is an artist who has been exploring the visual possibilities and emotional resonance of felted wool for the last 15 years. Her work has appeared internationally in a variety of settings including museums, galleries, storefront windows and art-vending machines. She has been teaching people to felt since 2006 and is known for facilitating fun, upbeat workshops with a high level of individualized attention for each student. LeBrie has just landed back in Portland, OR after living the last year and a half in Amsterdam. This is her first time teaching in LA! PenFelt.com.
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