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Needle Felted Spring Landscape

This is a hands-on felting class led by Conservatory educator, Nicole Tabit.

Learn the basics of needle felting by designing a floral spring landscape. Felt is a textile material that is produced by matting fibers together, in this case with wool and a very sharp needle! Create a garden full of life and color with these materials – just apply wool roving to a piece of fabric to create a textile ‘painting’!

This class is great for beginner to intermediate felters and felting supplies are provided. Having thimbles or finger protection is not necessary to felt, but sometimes finger pricking happens. Please feel free to bring thimbles or fingertip guards!

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Instructor: Nicole Tabit Nicole Tabit is the Community Outreach and Education Program Coordinator at Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Her degree is in Natural Resource Management and Visitors Services from The Ohio State University. She loves to hike and be outdoors, but she also loves to create and combine her love for the arts and environment by tying natural elements into her art projects.