NUNO Felting Workshop in Kennerleigh. Felting a Scarf using fine Merino wools and silks.

Sunday 24th November 11am-3pm. Kennerleigh Village Hall EX17 4RS. 6 places available.

Course Description
Paint the colours in your mind in wools and silks through the touch of your hand with Nuno Felting.One Day Workshop £55 including tuition in a small group setting, all materials, hall and heating & refreshments.
At the end of the day you not only get to take home a unique scarf but you can now make more beautiful scarves at home for gifts. Materials available to buy.

What is Nuno Felting?

The technique was developed in 1994 in Australia by Polly Stirling and Sachiko Kotaka. It differs from traditional felting because the wool rovings are gently interwoven into another fine fabric such as silk or chiffon resulting in a final felted piece which is lightweight, thin and drapeable.
It’s ideal for scarf making. Tussah, bamboo and sari silks are often used to embellish the design.
In a nutshell, Nuno is the creation of an entirely new fabric from two different fabrics. In other respects, it is similar to wet felting.

Laying out the design of wool fibres and silk embellishments onto a length of silk before the felting process begins in ernest.

Sari silks and curly tops can be added to your Merino wool base.

More inspiration to whet your appetites…

Booking a course

Email me at:
Tel 01363 866668
Mobile 07837436395

Cost includes materials & refreshments.

Please pay when booking.

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Cancellation Policy

No charge if we can reschedule your course date to a more convenient date, given reasonable notice of at least 2 days.

Full refund if you cancel up to 2 days before course commences.

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