Wooly Sushi Needle Felting Workshop | Saturday, March 11, 1-3pm

Wooly Sushi Needle Felting Workshop | Saturday, March 11, 1-3pm

  • Back by very popular demand! Are you ready to jump into the soothing and satisfying world of needle felting? In this class, you'll explore this beautiful art form to make a delicious (looking) giant sushi from colorful wool roving.

    Risa Culbertson joins us to share fun methods of needle felting to create and manipulate shapes using only wool & a felting needle. Together we'll explore techniques for creating larger forms using wool fibers to create depth, dimension and mimic brush strokes.

    Instructor: Risa Iwasaki Culbertson is a fiber artist, letterpress machinist, illustrator, and master crafter living in the Bay Area. She creates most of her work from a studio in Berkeley where she also owns and operates her playful letterpress stationery company Papallama. The abundance of Risa’s work is silly and playful which is visually approachable at face value but, there is also a personal story behind each of her quirky creations. She uses the power of play as a vehicle to strengthen connections, replenish one’s energy, problem solve, inspire, and be inspired. Her colorful artwork has deeper meaning but, it is meant for all to enjoy.

  • When: Saturday, January 14, 1:00-3:00pm (please arrive 5 minutes early)

    Location: Love Fest Fibers HQ! 3300 Judah Street, San Francisco

    Instructor: Risa Culbertson

    Materials Provided:

    - Wool roving

    - Felting needles

    - Inner felting form

     

    NOTE:

    - To keep our students and instructors safe, masks will be worn throughout class and the studio will be well ventilated.

    - A reminder email will be sent one day prior to the workshop

    - Workshops are refundable up to 10 days before the workshop date

    - Discount codes cannot be used on workshop purchases, apologies (but gift cards are fine!)