Workshop – Nuno Felting


Event: Workshop – Nuno Felting
Date: 16/06/2018
Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Total spaces for this event: 7
Remaining spaces available: 2


In order to do this class you must have completed the Introduction to (Wet) Felting workshop

The term “Nuno” refers to fine felt applied to a fine knitted or woven fabric – usually silk, cotton or wool.  Nuno is often used to produce beautiful scarves and wraps but its possibilities are many. We will discuss possible designs for the Nuno project in previous workshops.

In this workshop you will:

  • Learn of the many projects suitable for Nuno felting
  • Learn the technique of Nuno felting
  • Felt a pattern onto fine muslin fabric using alpaca, llama, wool and/or silk
  • Produce a garment during the workshop to take home

We will provide:

  • Fleece for felting
  • Cream coloured cotton muslin fabric (black or white silk is available at extra cost)
  • Tools needed to make the felt
  • Notes
  • Morning and afternoon tea

You will need:

  • Your lunch
  • To let us know, prior to the workshop, your colour scheme
  • Have a in design mind for your Nuno project
  • Clothes you don’t mind getting dirty
  • Sensible shoes
  • Rubber gloves
  • A camera if you like

To learn more about this event, visit the workshop page.


Minimum bookings

Each workshop and tour requires a minimum of 4 people to run. If there are less than 4 starters for a workshop or tour, we are happy to reschedule or offer a refund.

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