Learn to Screen Print on Felt for Free – Give Away

As I announced last month, I am teaching an online class Experimental Screen Printing on Felt beginning January 22nd. You can sign up for the class here. But I am also giving away a free spot in the class for one lucky winner!

Online Screen Printing on Felt Class

To enter the give away for a free class spot leave a comment below. You can get additional entries by sharing this post on social media. Just share on Facebook, your own blog, Twitter, Instagram or wherever you like to socialize online. Then come back here and leave another comment about where you shared the post. You will get one extra entry for every different place you share the give away post. For those of you that have signed up already, if you win, I will refund your payment for the class so just jump right in and try to win. So spread the word and you get more entries! The winner will be announced here on January 14th – post your comment and shares by January 13th on this post only to enter.

Screen Printed Felt Journals by Ruth Lane

I thought you might also like to see what I have made from some of my screen printed felt samples. I made eight different notebooks.

These are all of the different journals. The left column is the front and the right column is the back. But the nice thing about these journals is that you can use either side for front or back. All of the covers are made from felt that has been silk screened with a variety of different methods. You can learn all these methods by taking the online course.

If you are interested in purchasing any of these journals from me, they are $45 US each. You can e-mail me at laneruthe at gmail.com. I can invoice you by Paypal or if you’re in the US, you can call and order one by phone from The Purple Pomegranate on our toll free number 1-866-406-7227.

Screen Printed Felt Journal by Ruth Lane

Here is what the inside of all the notebooks look like. The books inside are blank sketchbooks. The size of the notebook is approximately 6″ x 9″.

Remember to comment on this post to win a free class spot and share it for additional entries. Good Luck!

About ruthlane

When I discovered felting in 2007, I finally found the creative outlet for which I had been searching. I love that the versatility of fiber allows me to “play” with a wide variety of materials including wool, silk, fabrics, yarns and threads. Creating one of a kind fiber art pieces to share with the world fulfills my creative passion.
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38 Responses to Learn to Screen Print on Felt for Free – Give Away

  1. elizabeth birchall says:

    I just love seeing your emails come in. They are so interesting. I would love to get a free workshop place. Thanks. Elizabeth

  2. Karen Lane says:

    These journals are fabulous! I would also like to entered into your competition to win a free place on the workplace. Many thanks, Karen.

  3. Jill says:

    This looks like such an interesting class, a new ‘surface design’ technique & so creative

  4. Jill says:

    Shared on FB

  5. oh my gosh its like you guys can see my thoughts! ive been planning to try to teach myself some screen printing basics this year! looking at the equipment list i cant really afford to participate tho, was just going to use some fine fabrics i have at hand and some embroidery hoops as the screens and silk are so expensive.
    It sounds a super fun course and i hope whoever wins really enjoys it! Nikki xoxox

    • i have shared to a Pinterest board and that then shares to fb, hope that helps get more people interested xoxox

    • ruthlane says:

      Hi Nikki – as long as you have something to thicken your dye with and dyes, you could get by without a lot of the supplies and learn the basics. Then you could later try some of the more expensive products. The first week I show you how to make a screen from an old picture frame and organza which you could substitute some fine fabric you already have. So I will add you to the drawing.

  6. Beth Gerlach says:

    Gorgeous!!! I would really love to win a free class!

  7. Teri Berry says:

    Beautiful note books Ruth, I’m really looking forward to have a play with these techniques!

  8. Willi says:

    Would love to learn this technique.

  9. Willi says:

    Shared on Facebook.

  10. Jacquelyn Witt says:

    I would love to learn! I am a costume designer and also raise Navajo Churro sheep. I have a lot of beautiful wool coming back and itching for a new project.

  11. Wow, looks like a great class!!

  12. Sandy Day says:

    I do a lot of eco dying but the clarity and strength of the screen prints is really crisp. I would have liked to have signed up for the course but having just spend money on another online course funds would not stretch so please enter me in the draw.

  13. Mary Stori says:

    Wow…..fabulous……you have really gotten great results!! Looks like a very worthwhile class……

  14. Mary Stori says:

    I posted a notice and link on my blog………hope this helps brings in more folks!

  15. crealou says:

    Thanks for the generosity!

  16. patdixie says:

    I shared on Facebook, I am looking forward to learning how to screen print on felt.

  17. pamladds says:

    This looks wonderful. I would love to learn this. Great idea for 2016

  18. Rhonda Lynn says:

    I have always wanted to learn to screen print – what a great class. I’ll be traveling from the 21st through the 30th so I won’t be available during the class. Am I able to save it and take it later on my own? If yes, then please enter me in the giveaway. If not, then don’t add me and I’ll watch for it the next time you offer it.

    • ruthlane says:

      Hi Rhonda – you would miss the first week but there are 2 weeks catch up time at the end. So I think you could still complete the class. I will include you in the drawing.

  19. Liliana dragowska says:

    These prints look amazing!

  20. meterrilee says:

    Oh my gosh!!! These are so cool! I would love to win a place in the class. Thanks so much fir the chance. 🙂

  21. Karen Lane says:

    Shared on Facebook

  22. Leonor says:

    This seems like a great technique to learn! I’ll share it on my Facebook page right away 🙂

  23. Oh yes please! I’ve been googling for tips on this but with no success.

  24. Donna says:

    I’d love to take your workshop!
    Thanks !
    I’ve posted on my FB page.

  25. stefanie london says:

    I love screen printing and I’d love to learn to use it on my felt! thanks

  26. Looks like a very popular idea Ruth. Someone is going to have a lot of fun. Good luck everyone

  27. filzundglas says:

    wow cool. I would love to learn this technique. And I’d be happy to win a place in your class.

  28. Jane Dolan says:

    Those all looks wonderful Ruth. I would love to give screen printing and dying a go but really need to finish of a few projects I have on the go before starting any more! so don’t enter me in the draw but I just wanted to comment and say it looks like a fantastic class and I will hope you all share some photos of the printing you do.

  29. Jan Nicholls says:

    The class sounds lovely, and so generous it you to give one spot away. I’d love to win it!

  30. Kris says:

    I would love to combine this with my felt designs

  31. Sherry Tamburo says:

    Great examples! As a weaver and spinner I have always been intrigued with the way fiber can be manipulated into beautiful pieces of art. Would love a spot in your class!

  32. Liz D says:

    Yes! Count me in!

  33. sunnysewsit says:

    Count me in, too, although I will be traveling a lot of the time….

  34. Linda Shogren says:

    Very interesting, love the variety!

  35. Dear Ruth, though i am far, i would be dazed to follow your class and discover this technique if i win ! And whatever happens, thank you for this chance !

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