Felting 101

Felt is a non-woven cloth that is produced by matting, condensing and pressing woolen fibers. In this 12-hour course, students will learn the basics of both dry and wet felting. Students will learn how to create seamless felted flat pieces, as well as 3D forms. Techniques to make slippers, pillows, and bowls will be demonstrated.


Felting is offered in a variety of formats. 4 - week and Weekend Intensives feature 12 hours of skill-building class time, plus free Open Studio time to practice techniques outside of class. Morning Series classes feature 6 hours of class time in the mornings with an abridged course-load of basics. After Workshops are project-based intro course great for trying out the textile arts. Morning Series and After Workshop classes do not come with free Open Studio time.