Saturday, March 21, 2015


What could be more fun than spending a day surrounded by wool fibre, letting your creativity flow, and at the end of it all, taking home a gorgeous wearable piece of art?  Well.....what if you could double the fun and create not one but TWO gorgeous wearable pieces of art?  If you have been admiring the painterly effect and textural beauty of NUNO Felting than we have an upcoming workshop for you! 

Textile artist, Susan MacDonald will be making a special appearance right here in April to teach NUNO Felting at Muskoka Yarn Connection in Bracebridge.  Class size is limited so please be sure to register EARLY.  Each student will have the opportunity to create two cowls in different colour palettes (make one for yourself and save one as a gift for a friend). 

DATE: Saturday April 18th or Saturday April 25th 
TIME: 10 - 4 pm (with break for lunch)
COST: $55.00 plus materials
TO REGISTER: Call 705-645-5819 or drop in

This fascinating felting technique was discovered by a textile artist in Australia during the early 90's.  The name NUNO is Japanese (meaning cloth), and refers to the method of bonding unspun wool onto a sheer silk background to create a lightweight fabric. The fibres can completely cover the background fabric, or they may be used as a decorative design that allows the sheer fabric to show.  It is truly like painting with wool! 

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