Nuno-felted Scarf by Lily Liu
|Lily Liu and Susan Sadow.|
I belong to a group of fiber artists that meets monthly here in Paducah. We have the obvious name of Paducah Fiber Artists. We have a potluck, catch up with each other and then hold a show-and-tell. It's a highlight for me and one of my favorite peeks is to see what Lily Liu has been up to lately. Lily has a motto that she quotes often, "Make every minute count!" Her free minutes are often filled with tedious folding or wrapping of small objects that she makes by the thousands and then assembles into a sculpture. Or, she crochets weirdly wonderful necklaces out of dyed nylon fishing wire. Then, there is all the felting she does. As a mother of two lively boys, Lily certainly makes every minute count.
Lily is offering a workshop on felt! Make every minute count and come learn from her!
|Felted vessel by Lily Liu|
This workshop is for those interested in work with wool. It is my intent to provide you with an introduction to basic felting techniques; color blending, Nuno felting, needle felting, as well as using resist make 3D forms. You will end this workshop with samples from each technique and a project that you choose to accomplish (e.g. a nuno felt scarf, or a 3d form)
Location: Paducah Tilghman Art Building
Time: Aug.2nd and 4th (Monday and Wednesday)
Instruction 8:30 – 12:00
Open studio 12:00 – 3:00
Fee: Workshop $80.00
Material fee includes a starter kit of white, black and multicolor roving, needle felt kit, a swimming noodle, etc, plus shared use of equipment listed below:
a. Bamboo mats
b. Bubble wraps
c. Wash boards
d. Murphy oil soap
e. Drum carder
If you bring your own materials, you can register for $80.00.
Students should bring their own: A notebook, old bath towels and a pair of sharp scissors.
Space is limited so reserve early to secure your space, preferably before July 28th so I will have enough time to get material package ready.