Felting Found Objects with Anita Larkin
Felting around found objects alleviates the need for constructing resists and working a flat felt into a rounded felt. The found object (if left inside the felt) can provide support and weight to the felt. There is often a pleasing
contrast between hard materials with the softness of felt when parts of the object are left to protrude. This workshop explores practical methods of felting
around different found objects. The found objects can be left inside or cut free after felting to create intriguing hollow shapes.
Moderate skill level required.