Nuno Felting with Paper Fabric Lamination Online Class Begins April 29th

I am offering my online class Nuno Felting with Paper Fabric Lamination beginning April 29th.

Module 1 of Embellishing Felt with Surface Design Techniques - A Mixed Media Approach, Online Course by Ruth Lane

The class is 4 weeks plus an extra two weeks of instructor support. You can sign up for the class and see all the pertinent information here.  The fee for the class is $45 which includes weekly PDF’s and videos.

Stitching on Nuno Felt

You can use stencils or silk screens to make paper fabric laminated pieces to be added into felting with the nuno felting process. I like to add stitching to my finished pieces. The piece above has had machine stitching added.

hand stitched cracked paint nuno web

This is one of the samples that I made in the class videos. I cut it into pieces and added hand stitching to this piece.

Nuno Felted Paper Fabric Lamination Post Card

This is a Christmas post card that I made using this technique and sent off in our annual Christmas exchange on the forum a couple of years ago. If you’d like to learn this technique, sign up for the class now.


For those of you just joining us, don’t forget that the Wet Felting for Beginners course is available at any time. Just sign up and you’ll get unlimited access to this course.




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6 Responses to Nuno Felting with Paper Fabric Lamination Online Class Begins April 29th

  1. Looks like a fun Class Ruth

  2. Chrissie says:

    What is paper fabric ?

    • ruthlane says:

      Paper fabric lamination is a process of combining paper and sheer fabric together. It’s what the class is all about, learning how to make it and then using it in nuno felting.

    • Chrissie says:

      Will this nuno then be staple enough for normal nuno felted usage?

    • ruthlane says:

      It is stable but I wouldn’t recommend it for wearable items or something that needs to be washed often. The paper makes it scratchy against skin.

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