Registration Open for Nuno Felting with Paper Fabric Lamination

Our next online class Nuno Felting with Paper Fabric Lamination will begin on May 5, 2017. Registration is open now. Click here for further information and to register.

Module 1 of Embellishing Felt with Surface Design Techniques - A Mixed Media Approach, Online Course by Ruth LaneIn this course, you will learn the technique of paper fabric lamination with a variety of types of paper and silk or organza fabric. Once you have made the “paper fabric”, you will then learn how to use it  in nuno felting as an embellishment and as a base for a large piece of nuno felt. You will be using stencils or silk screens to develop designs that can then be applied to felt.

This is an example of a postcard that I made for one of our forum exchanges that used the technique of paper fabric lamination, nuno felting and free motion machine stitching.

Nuno Felted Paper Fabric Lamination, Ruth Lane

The fossils on this piece of felt are paper fabric laminated on to organza which was then nuno felted.

Here is another piece that was created with the paper fabric lamination process, nuno felted and then hand stitched. So if this looks like something you’d love to learn, register now.

In regards to other classes, Terri has set the next date for her Concertina Hat class. It will be this summer beginning July 20th. Registration for this course will begin 4 weeks before the class start date. If you are interested and would like to add your name to the email notification list to be notified when registration opens, please fill out our contact form with your information and the class you are interested in.

If you are a beginner, our Wet Felting for Beginners class is always available. Sign up  here. 

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2 Responses to Registration Open for Nuno Felting with Paper Fabric Lamination

  1. I am glad you and Terri are teaching your classes again. Everyone seemed to really enjoy them.

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