This last weekend I was teaching at the Ontario Handweavers and Spinners biannual conference. Here are pictures of the Nuno felting class. There where only 3 people in this class. It was a preconference class. The full conference started that evening with the workshops the next day.
Here they are putting the wool around the edges.
Then laying out the pattern.
Fixing a spot that didn’t take. We needled it down and gave it a little rubbing on both sides and it was all fixed.
And the happy ladies with their scarves and a sample done on cotton that they had time to do at the end of class.
At the last minuet the needle felting teacher had to pull out with a family emergency so they asked me to fill in. I didn’t take any pictures of the process we only had 3 hours to complete a project so we really had to move. Here they are at the end, happy with their projects. Four sheep ( I supplied the legs so they would have time to complete them. ), one pincushion flower and a little person.
All in all it was a great time with lots of friendly people. I will share more about the conference in another post later.