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Join your instructor, maker-extraordinaire, Crystal Huls, to learn the basic techniques for needle felting. Needle felting is the process of stabbing wool with a special needle to pull the wool into itself to be shaped as desired. We will cover basic tools and fibers used for this craft. After getting to know the craft a bit, we will shop for supplies to make a small project together. The possible outcomes of needle felting are endless! Crystal likens it to sculpting with wool or painting with wool. 

TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS, APRIL 28, 30, MAY 5, 7, (NO CLASS MAY 12) 14, 19, 21; 10:30 A.M. TO NOON 

Location: Dr. Robert H. Kiser Building,
Room A113, ACE-B, Entrance 1 
Fee: $50 (Includes cost of starter kit of materials for class)
Max:10 / Min: 6
Lifelong Learning membership required 
Course #20/FY-CPDV-2905-05

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