Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Needle Felting Workshops Summer 2010

brought to you by
Something out of Nothing workshops by Phaedra
More information and to reserve space (recommended)
register at for all workshop classes

Funky Faceted Flumpies
intuitive forms with faces and loads of personality!
MAY 23rd, 2 hours. contact for more info.
$25 includes materials.

Tall Tale Tree Sculpture and Creative writing
sturdy wire armature frame and base mat techniques
June 13th - Los Angeles location
$50 plus $12 materials fee

Original Storyteller Fantasy Freescape
using unique wet and dry felting methods
July 17th and 18th- $70 plus $15 materials fee
example playscape only

Traditional Waldorf dollmaking or Mermaids!
2 sessions of 4 hour classes - $50 plus $30-40 materials fee

  • Learn how to create a unique gift for any child with all natural materials and age old tips! Choose your skin, hair and face combinations to really customize your doll. 12, 16 or 18” dolls. We will cover, making a sturdy head from raw wool, sewing your own skins from a pattern or you may use a ready sewn pattern, learn stuffing techniques to ensure a long life, wig making and finishing touches.

Design your own workshop -
2 hours and 3 person minimum
  • Do you have a group of friends who want to learn to felt? Can’t make it to a scheduled class time or date? Design your own workshop for private groups or a really different birthday party with spectacular results! Create a custom class for any group of 3 to 10 people and schedule it when it's convenient for you! Prices will be determined based on length and class content.

Wool Painting Tapestry
using unique wet and dry felting methods

Next class in September
$50 plus $10 materials fee

Spring Maiden Sculpted Wool Art Doll
armature and needle felting techniques
$48 plus $12 materials fee
student doll as example...

Your chosen workshop will be confirmed via email with directions to the locations.
Space for all classes is limited and they can fill up fast. There will be a waiting list and possibly an extra class added if necessary. Materials fees for each class are listed and are due upon the start of the class. You may choose to bring and use your own materials. Private classes are available.

Please contact Phaedra directly for any questions, difficulties during registration or anything I may have forgotten to cover!

Policies (or the not so small you can't read it print) – please read:

1. Spaces are limited to ensure optimal instruction time. Please pay for your chosen class at the time of registration to secure your spot in the workshop. If no payment has been received or arrangements made 3 days prior to the first class, you may forfeit your space. Cancellations will be accepted up to one week prior to class. After that you can be refunded only if your slot in class can be filled .
Payment can be made by mail or paypal with any credit card.

2. There is a minimum number (3) of students required for the workshops. Pre-registration is strongly advised. Sometimes classes fill and have waiting lists, so don’t delay if there is a class you want to take.

3. No refunds or credits will be given for late cancellations (48hrs or less) or no-shows on the first day of the workshop.

4. A half-price refund will be made via Paypal, up to 3 days before the first workshop date or every effort will be made to offer any available make-up days/dates where necessary or credit toward a private workshop.

5. Unless otherwise noted, instruction fees do not include materials. You may be required to purchase or bring some minor materials. I may be able to help with sources or have materials directly at the workshop. Most materials are provided for each workshop and are priced separately from instruction.

6. If pre-work or homework is needed for a class, please make every effort to have it completed! Class time is based on certain assumptions that student are ready to process from a certain point of homework sometimes! If you need extra help, please ask, (very flexible!)

7. I suggest a bag lunch for classes that run through noon, something non-sticky is always recommended!

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