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Local Classes for December 2019

I have just added one more class to my schedule for December 2019! So fun!

These classes are local to the Lewis County, Washington area, to be held at Ewe and I on N. Market St., in beautiful, historic downtown Chehalis, Washington.  Sign up online, or stop by their store, whichever is more convenient for you. Drop-ins are also welcome, and payment can be made day of class.

I'll be offering four classes for the festive holiday (and last) month of 2019. I am looking forward to all the laughs, stabbing, and hot mocha breves! And seeing everyone there!

Fri., 12/6/19  Wool Needle Felt Painting--Starry Night Nativity Silhouette (2D wool-painting)
Sat., 12/7/19 Dimensional Needle Felt Christmas Ornaments (2D ornaments in bamboo hoops, with a 3D twist)  
Fri., 12/13/19 Felted Snowscene Wreath (a mash-up of 2D and 3D needle felting)

Sharing the joy of needle felting through teaching

In 2013, I was offered an opportunity to share my love of needle felting with others. A local yarn-fiber shop (and cheese creamery) saw my all wool gargoyle, and some of my other work, and asked if I would consider teaching needle felting classes at their store. They had spinning, knitting, and other classes that covered all manner of wool and fiber crafts and art, so I was very honored to be asked. I was also a bit nervous about it; honestly, I wasn't sure how well I could convey the process of needle felting to others. But it was also exciting, to think about sharing this wonderful art and craft with those who were wanting to learn a new fiber skill-set. The deciding factor? It was the thought of sharing the pleasure and pure fun of needle felting with my new local community.

The store was Ewe and I Yarns in historic Chehalis, Washington. It was opened by a family who owned and operated Black Sheep Creamery, an East Friesian sheep ranch over 100 years old. They ope…