Nuno Felting with Paper Fabric Lamination

Nuno Felting with Paper Fabric Lamination

Nuno Felting with Paper Fabric Lamination Online Course

The cost for the 4 week course is $45.00 (US). Please see the schedule below for the 2021 course schedule. To register for the course, please fill out the contact form at the bottom of the page during open registration. If you would like to be notified when registration opens for the next class, please fill out the contact us form with the class name and date in which you are interested.

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

 

Paper fabric lamination is a technique of essentially gluing paper to sheer fabric in a specific design. It is not a new technique and has been used by fiber artists for a long time. When  I first learned the technique, I wondered how I would use the result. Many artists use paper fabric lamination and layer the results together with stitching and other methods. When I looked at my samples, I saw sheer fabric with a design and thought “Why not try nuno felting with it?” I tried it, it worked, and I loved the results. It was a way to use my own designs and create a piece of nuno felt that was completely different and in my own style.

What you will learn:

What types of sheer fabric work best for paper fabric lamination
What types of paper work best for paper fabric lamination
How to add color to the paper
How to make a print board
All the steps of paper fabric lamination including using a silk screen or a stencil to create your design
How to embellish your felt with small pieces of paper fabric lamination
How to use laminated paper fabric for the base of a larger piece of nuno felt
How to make a laminated paper fabric silk screen (Can be used in Module 2 or for silk screening on your own.)

Supply List Paper Fabric Lamination

Resources for Stencils and Silkscreens:

USA
http://www.stencilgirlproducts.com/ Variety of stencils designed by different artists.
http://www.dickblick.com/categories/decorative/stencils/ Variety of stencils and stencil making supplies as well screen printing supplies.
http://lyrickinard.com/ Sells ready made thermofax screens and will make custom thermofax screens using your designs.
Craft stores such as Michaels, Jo-Ann’s and Hobby Lobby will also have stencils and some silk screen supplies.

UK/EUROPE
http://www.stencil-library.com/ Large variety of stencils – try looking under simple stencils.
http://www.artvango.co.uk/ Variety of art supplies including stencils and screen printing supplies.
http://www.thermofaxscreens.co.uk/ Lots of ready made thermofax screens and will make custom thermofax screens using your designs.
http://www.thestencilstudio.com/ Variety of stencils and will make custom stencils.
Craft, art and hobby stores will also have stencils and some silk screen supplies.

AUSTRALIA
https://hilarymetcalf.wordpress.com/thermofax-screen-service-3/custom-made-screens/

Course work will be supplied in PDF format, a link to view the PDF online will be provided on the class website, where you can then download it to keep. Videos will be available on the class website throughout the class but not available to download. You will be given a link to the online class website and a password to access the relevant area. The website will have sections for students to show their work and ask questions, and also a section specifically for asking the instructor questions. The instructor will visit the forum every day to answer questions.

The cost is US$45.00 for the 4 week course with an extra 2 weeks of instructor support. You will be billed/invoiced by PayPal and the vendor name on the bill will be Green Enterprises. Class sizes are limited to 50. A supply list, a Website Navigation PDF, and an Adding Photos to the Class Website PDF will be attached to the Paypal invoice for your convenience.

2021 Class Schedule

March 26, 2021 (Registration opens on March 12, 2021)

September 10, 2021 (Registration opens on August 27, 2021)

Dates subject to change without notice.

To sign up for the class, please fill out the contact form below. Please include the email address you use for PayPal (it won’t be published on the site) if it is different than your usual e-mail.

Registration for this course is now closed for the March session. If you would like to be notified of the next open registration, please fill out the contact us form here with the name of the class in the comments section.

39 thoughts on “Nuno Felting with Paper Fabric Lamination

  1. would love to do this but i cant afford the supplies right now 🙁 would love to know when you do this again tho! sounds such an awesome technique!

    1. Hi Nikki – I know how that goes. I will be doing the next three modules and then I will repeat this one next year. The plan is to have a module each quarter of Embellishing Felt with Surface Design Techniques – A Mixed Media Approach. So it will probably repeat around this time next year.

  2. Hi Ruth, I know that this is last minute for the paper laminating class but I have one question to see if the class is something I would be interested in. How does the paper laminated fabric hold up with all of the wetting, soaping, scrubbing processes involved in felting? Could it be used to embellish a scarf or shawl, nuno felted and then hand washed by a customer successfully? Thanks! Jill

    1. Jill – I would not really recommend it for wearables. The paper portion is fairly scratchy and would be uncomfortable next to skin. The paper portion holds up fine with the wetting, soaping etc. though.

  3. I am interested in the Nuno Felting with Paper Fabric Lamination. Please advise when registration opens for the next class.

    Deb Denzer

  4. Me interesa este curso de fieltro nuno con laminacion de tela de papel y veo que empieza un curso en octubre. Mi pregunta es si pueden mandarlo en español. Gracias por su atencion. l

  5. Hi. Could you please advise registration for February module.I am already a subscriber. Many thanks Hélène

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