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Wet Felting a Scarf

with Diana Nagorna

Course Outline

Come prepared to have fun!
All levels welcome, this project is great for beginner wet felters!

About this Course

Skills Focus: Wet Felting, Surface Design Techniques – Shibori
Video Lessons: Videos in easy to digest & easy to reference segments
Difficulty Level: Intermediate / Advanced
Helpful experience to have: wet felting over a resist, nuno felt
Course Length: This course is equivalent to a 1-day in person workshop

Create a gorgeous scarf with shibori elements and a fringe in five step-by-step video lessons.

Skills you will learn:

  • Combine colors to create a gradient
  • Lay out wool for this unique and whimsical scarf
  • Create textural elements such as nuno felt baubles
  • Felt this wool scarf with a perfect fringe

Wet Felt Scarf Online Workshop

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Included in this course:

  • 24/7, 365 Instant access to your course streamed directly to your computer, tablet or phone
  • High quality video instruction divided into short, digestible lessons
  • Learn at your own pace and refer back to video lessons and resources at any time
  • Complete materials list with links to recommended supplies

Community Creations!

  • Suzanne Burr Wet Felting Scarf
  • Suzanne Burr Wet Felting Scarf
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Meet the Instructor:

Diana Nagorna

Diana Nagorna is an artist and textile designer. She is a graduate of Donetsk State Art College and Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts.

“A few years ago I was in the creative search, but not in the abstract, I was in the very concrete search however, like many artists. I was looking for a new material, through which I could express myself fully. And I found it. Now the felting became for me the main type of work, in this amazing material I implement a wide variety of designs. Now I work with natural wool and variety pure silk and fibers, in the techniques of wet felting, hot felting and Nuno-felting.”