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NEW DATE! Crafternoons: Wool Felting and Dying

Saturday, January 14, 2023, 2:00 pm4:00 pm


Saturday, January 14, 2023
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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Special Instructions
Registration required

New Series!
$25/$20 members (includes museum admission)

Join fiber artist and Manager of Exhibitions, Donna Pagano for this hands-on woolen workshop. In this 2-hour class, we will go over the tools and techniques needed to create felt balls. Then we will string them together, add tassels, and finish it with a few drops of essential oil to create a diffuser for your car, home, or keychain! Participants will also try their hand at dying wool. The same materials and techniques can be used to create garlands, too! All tools and materials are provided, plus extra to take home.

Please note: this program was originally scheduled for Saturday, December 10 and has been moved to Saturday, January 14. 

Donna Pagano

Donna Pagano

Donna Pagano (Poddery) is a fiber and natural forms artist. She has been working with natural forms for over 20 years, and has been interested in wool for more than 10 years. Working with wool and seed pods are her passion. Sourcing her materials locally, she uses the natural forms to create beautiful and functional objects.

Three felt balls blue, red, and orange with a string of smaller felt balls in front, multicolored