Wool Felting: Make a Woodland Celebration Crown

You have just entered a storybook land filled with colorful flowers, fairytale toadstools, sweet forest mice, and happy snails – all made with fluffy felt. Melissa of Hex House Crowns is a fiber artist and hand-work teacher, and she loves working with wool felt because it’s soft and fuzzy and easy to transform into whatever you wish. In this class, learn how to make a felted woodland celebration crown. You’ll get to know your needle felting tools by starting with a landscape for your woodland scene: wispy clouds in the sky and soft grass on the ground. Then Melissa shows how to create more three-dimensional shapes as you needle felt an amanita mushroom and a cute mouse. You can use these skills to add flowers, trees and any other friends that you can dream up. While assembling the crown, decide whether to make ribbon ties or a fabric-covered elastic band for your closure. Whoever wears this crown will look like forest royalty, friend to all animals, and you will feel like a maker of magic.

Access the class beginning April 10th

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