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Workshop: Landscape Felt

Date and time

Saturday, December 3, 2016
10 a.m.–4 p.m.


Imagine painting with wool and other fibers. Join Lisa Rose and Gika Rector for an all day workshop, exploring the possibilities of creating imagery with fiber. Combining simple embroidery and three basic felting techniques—wet, nuno and needle—participants will create a small felted landscape, approximately 8 1/2” by 11”.

No previous experience or talent necessary. We’ll provide all the necessary materials and tools. You bring your curiosity and perhaps a favorite landscape image for inspiration. (We’ll also provide some images and samples to get you started.)

We will break for lunch. Please bring a lunch or plan to go out to pick up lunch.


$90 per student, which includes teaching fee and all materials
Max 8 students, Min 4 students

How to register

Visit WC Mercantile online to register. REGISTER HERE!
Questions? Contact info@wcmercantile.com or call 936-825-3378.

Registration is closed for this event.


WC Mercantile
201 E. Washington Ave.
Navasota, TX  77868

3 comments to Workshop: Landscape Felt

  • Betsy mudra

    Please let me know if you have classes in felting, landscapes, needle, nuno, in the Houston area in 2017. Thank you

  • Hi Betsy! Thanks for your interest. I’ve just added two workshops to my calendar. Handbound Journal with handmade felt cover at WC Mercantile, Navasota, TX on 2/4. Felted Coasters at Twisted Yarns in Spring, TX on 2/10. Further details are listed on my website. (www.gikarector.com) Both classes will be taught by Lisa Rose and me. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Hope to meet you soon! Gika

  • Betsy

    Hi Gika, thank you for your correspondence . My schedule does not allow for either of the classes. Do you have a schedule for further out in the calendar so I can possibly attend???
    Thank you,

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