Friday, September 28, 2012

Needle-Felting Class

I love watching the creative process in action!  Last night I taught a needle-felting class through the local college's outreach program. This session's project was designed to give students an opportunity to pick a felt on which they would needle-felt a fall-themed design, using cookie cutters to form many of the shapes.  After an introduction to all the materials and a brief demonstration, the gals got right to work.  Here are a few pictures:
The round felt was made by Dana McDonald, and the square one was made by Tara Anderson.

Cats in the moonlight was made by Kristi Hardke.

 Fall leaves with chestnuts place mat was made by Jan Jensen.
More on the next post...

1 comment:

  1. Your students' creations are wonderful. It looks like they had fun in the class. (I like "Cats in the Moonlight."