Demystifying Resists in Feltmaking: 3-D techniques

About Demystifying Resists in Feltmaking: 3-D techniques with Patti Barker

Take your felt making to new levels with 3-D techniques. Participants experience open, closed, layered and more types of resists while creating six mini projects. Be aware that felting is a vigorous physical activity and requires hand and arm strength and standing for long periods of time.

This Fiber Arts Seminar is offered as part of the 2021 Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival and is limited to 20 students.

Class Materials Needed

Four table risers (strongly suggested). The black square ones are available at Walmart in the housewares department. They are called bed risers. Sold in sets of 4 for around $10. Trust me, these will help save your back from aching.
One 2’ x 8’ rubber rug mat. You can get one at Amazon for around $20 Free shipping with prime or you can also try Walmart or Target. Be sure to get the ones with small holes.
One NEW 1-gallon garden sprayer (you can get them at Home Depot, Lowe’s, Ace Hardware or Walmart for around $10.00) OR a bucket and a ball browser.
Small bottle of Dawn dish soap
Sharp, full-sized scissors
Your favorite pen to write notes on your instructions
TWO old towels that you don’t mind staining
Camera to record your progress
Materials kit purchased directly from instructor. Includes six mini kits with all materials required for this class. Materials kit will be an additional $50, and can be purchased directly from instructor. Ordering instructions for the materials kit will be available in Lessonface once you have enrolled. To allow enough time for the kit to arrive prior to the start of class, registration for this class will close on April 3.

Skill Level

Suitable for all

Space is limited. Enroll now to reserve your spot.


Two sessions on Wednesday, April 28, from 2 pm ET to 4 pm ET, and from 7 pm ET to 9 pm ET.

(Convert to my time zone)

2:00 PM - 9:00 PM EDT
Demystifying Resists in Feltmaking: 3-D techniques
Patti Barker
Patti Barker

Patti Barker

Early fascination with fabric and fashion came from my seamstress mother. You might say fiber art is bound into my DNA. My felting journey began with a study of skin. Skin as a protective covering, and as identifier, and how it can record history. A study of animal skin, and human skin; leading to hybrids. All the while, intrigued with the way wearable art transforms its wearer. My creative focus is on wearable art for the stage, while sharing the joy of felt making through teaching. Surface design inspiration rises from exploring rich color and texture combinations. Nuno felt, hand-dyeing, needle felting, bead embroidery...all compliment the tactile and visual narratives of each piece of m...

How It Works

Register and enroll above. Enrollment is not complete until payment is made on the next page, by credit card or Paypal via our secure platform. Enrolled students will receive an immediate email confirmation of enrollment, and on the day before the seminar, a reminder with Zoom link to join the class via email. Students will also be able to join the Zoom sessions from their Lessonface dashboard. Students can connect to Zoom using a tablet or computer with reliable internet. To actively participate online students also need a webcam with microphone. The class is covered by the Lessonface Guarantee.

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About Lessonface, PBC

Since 2013, Lessonface has connected more than 10,000 students with over 2,000 great teachers for live music & language, and arts lessons online, delivering on our mission to help students achieve their goals while treating teachers equitably. We are thrilled to be delivering the Fiber Arts Seminars for the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival.

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