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FELTING COURSE: LOOP SCARVES & SHAWLS (Beginners to Advanced)

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  • Organizer: Ulrieke Benner
  • Date: April 20, 21 & 22, 2018
  • Start Time: 10.00am
  • Event Length: 2 or 3 days
  • Location: Salt Spring Island
  • Expires: 10 days, 11 hours

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    LOOP SCARVES & SHAWLS (Beginners to Advanced)
    Beautiful felt creations wrapped around you!

    Experiment with surface design techniques in combination with base fabrics like cotton gauze, silks and fine linen.
    Create a whole new fashionable collection of lightweight felted neckwear, or just that one special piece!
    Big loop, little loop, fantasy shawl, from elegant to casual to wild and crazy!
    Let your imagination soar.
    – lace
    – natural wool locks
    – inlays/resists
    – collage
    – pleats
    – circles, dots
    – spikes
    The possibilities are endless.
    I will guide you both technically and artistically through the process.
    It’s all about design, techniques and fun!

    APRIL 20 – 22, Friday – Sunday, two or three days
    APRIL 20 – 21, $295 plus GST and materials
    APRIL 20 – 22, $ 395 plus GST and materials

    Message or call me for more details or questions you may have,
    or just sign up, e-transfer or PayPal accepted.

    Happy feltmaking,
    Ulrieke

    250-537-1723
    http://www.ulriekebenner.com/workshops
    ulrieke@ulriekebenner.com

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