Geode Felted Shapes, Balls and Beads with Rae Woolnough

These fun techniques, expertly taught by Rae Woolnough, will give you a wonderful variety of beads to use in jewelry: necklaces, bracelets and/or earrings. You'll never know quite what to expect with the geode felted logs and spheres, but the results are always beautiful!! A must take class for any interested in wet felting!

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• Wool Roving in several colours
• Bubble Wrap (30 x 30")
• Old Towels
• Watering Pear
• Soap Solution (GLUG) / wool friendly soap
• Cutting Board
• Large Sharp Knife
• Access to hot and cold water (bowls)
• Splash of Vinegar
• Bamboo or Rush Mat (optional)
• Small Zip Lock Plastic Bag (optional)
• Small Plastic Jar with water tight lid

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Rae Woolnough

Rae Woolnough’s love of art and textiles has been a life long passion. From sewing her first garment at eight years of age to designing and making her own wedding dress, there has always been a connection with textiles and design. She has studied photography, life drawing, painting, interior design, pottery, graphic design and Fine Arts at University. Rae re-discovered felting over a decade ago and has continuously experimented and researched felting and felt making, exploring new and different techniques and textural directions.

Rae focuses on the minute world of texture and...
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