Nuno- Felt Wave Scarf- With Dawn Edwards

Nuno- Felt Wave Scarf- With Dawn Edwards


July 20th 2019  8 am - 3:00 pm

Price: $190

Kit Fee: $40 (included in the price)


"Nuno" (which means “fabric” in Japanese) is a term now used to describe the felting of natural fibers (we’ll be using Merino wool) into a sheer woven fabric base (in our case, silk) to create a unique, light-weight fabric. Dawn will share with you a fun resist technique which creates a wave-like design element in your one of a kind scarf. Come explore the ancient art of felt-making with a modern twist. Your finished piece will be highly textured, flexible, and very beautiful.

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$40 Kit fee included in class price. Includes:

Dyed Merino wool top, dyed silk scarf, written instructions, plastics for the resist and layout.

Students will need to bring:

  • 3 bath size, or larger, towels. Please bring a bag to carry your wet towels home.

  • 1 pair of very sharp scissors

  • 1 plastic bucket or beach pail for water

  • Mild soap for felting (olive oil soap or mild dish soap with no oxy or bleach additives)

  • Ballbrause or laundry sprinkler bottle. I will have several to share if you don’t have one.

  • Old pantyhose or an old t-shirt which can be cut up (we will use these to tie our bundles to secure for rolling of the felt)

  • PVC pipe or pool noodle to roll your felt (if easier for travel the pool noodle may be cut in half as that is the length that you will need).

About the Artist:

Dawn Edwards is a felt artist and tutor based in Plainwell, Michigan USA. She sells her work under the label ‘Felt So Right’ and teaches extensively within the USA and internationally. Her felt art has appeared in numerous exhibitions, shows, magazines and books, most recently Australian ‘Felt’ Magazine, the International Feltmakers Association journal, ‘Felt Matters’, and essay and images in the book, ‘Worldwide Colours of Felt’ by Ellen Bakker.

Dawn also is the co-coordinator of the not-for-profit Felt United with over 6,000 members worldwide.

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