Imagine sculpting an animal figure from wool, displaying it in your home, perhaps as an ornament on your Christmas tree; or, better yet, seeing the delight in a child's eyes when it is presented as a gift! Professional felter, Mary Crump, is offering to teach the skills involved in 3D felting on Saturday, September 22, from 10 - 3, downstairs in the Jordan River Arts Council's historic Carnegie building, in East Jordan, Michigan. The workshop, sponsored by JRAC, is open to those 13 and up; however those 18 and younger must be accompanied by an adult who is also registered for the class. Workshop space is limited. Cost to JRAC members is $15; non-members, $35. All you need to bring is a lunch and a photograph of the animal you'd most like to sculpt. All other materials will be provided. Mary's felting workshop is being offered in conjunction with a blacksmithing workshop taught by her husband, William Crump.
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