Needle Felted Landscape Painting: Cherry Blossoms with Elizabeth Whitton

About Needle Felted Landscape Painting: Cherry Blossoms with Elizabeth Whitton

Learn how to "paint with wool" in this beginner needle felting workshop. Students will learn how to layer and attach wool to a linen fabric backing to make this "cherry blossoms" landscape. These techniques can be applied to other flat need felting projects. Workshop includes all materials. Tools and finger guards will be available for use during the class. We will also cover needle felting basics such as terminology, where to find needle felting inspiration and support and where to source the best supplies. No experience necessary however students must have good hand/eye coordination, manual dexterity and be able to work with focus and care - felting needles are sharp!

Materials, Equipment, and Supplies the Student Must Bring to Class


Materials Fee (to be paid directly to the instructor) and Kit Description

$45 - includes a beautifully packaged kit with foam mat, felting needles, linen fabric, felting wool, wood hoop, and instruction sheet.



Skill Level

Suitable for all

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Single 3-hour session on Wednesday, May 1, at 1 pm ET.

Class Location

Gary J. Arthur Community Center – Lisbon Room

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT
Needle Felted Landscape Painting: Cherry Blossoms with Elizabeth Whitton
Elizabeth Whitton

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Elizabeth Whitton

    Elizabeth Whitton is a mompreneur who turned her love of wool into a thriving family-run needle felting business called Felted Sky. A self-taught needle felter, she has a knack for designing beautiful small projects that she has turned into a line of needle felting kits suitable for beginners. Felted Sky’s line of kits and supplies can now be found online and in over 100 shops across the US and Canada. Elizabeth enjoys teaching through her kits, in person and online. Her work has been featured in Better Homes and Gardens, Do It Yourself magazine and on the Etsy blog. She has been teaching needle felting for 8 years at a variety of fiber festivals, schools, local yarn shops, and maker spaces. She loves that she is able to promote stress-relief, creativity and joy through needle felting.

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