The Gardiner Library will host a Felting Workshop with Christine Adams on Sunday, March 10 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. The class costs $15 for included supplies and attendees can pre-register by March 8. Space is limited. Learn to make a felted cupcake. Felting is an age old craft, around for hundreds of years which uses wool from a sheep, alpaca, and llama as well as other animal fur. The wool is sheared, cleaned and processed to produce what is now called roving. Roving is manipulated with a specialized needle to form shapes and create unique, natural, fun and functional objects.
To pre-register class, call the library at 255-1255 or stop by 133 Farmer’s Turnpike in Gardiner.
Christine Adams has been felting for 8 years and has taught monthly felting classes at the Wallkill and Plattekill libraries as well as one-on-one and for small parties. Christine loves to teach and work with her hands. In addition to felting, Christine has experience with wood burning, card making, collage, and jewelry making.
To pre-register for the class, call the library at 255-1255 or stop by 133 Farmer’s Turnpike in Gardine