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Sculpting with Wool: Beyond the Basics with Needle Felting
Sculpting with Wool: Beyond the Basics with Needle Felting

Sculpting with Wool: Beyond the Basics with Needle Felting

with Laura C. Frazier on Sunday, June 2, 2019 10am - 4pm

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Time & Location

Jun 02, 2019, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Floyd Center for the Arts, 220 Parkway Lane South, Floyd, VA, USA

About the Exhibition

Tuition -- Members: $126.00; Non Members: $157.50 Materials fee: $20

Sunday, June 2, 2019 from 10am-4pm at Floyd Center for the Arts

You know the basics of needle felting but now want to improve your skills and create life-like sculptures. Participants in this class will learn to use wool to create a 3 dimensional sculpture of a sheep. Included in this process is: creating a wire armature specific to your animal, learning to se the dimensionality of your subject and object for sculpting proportions, learning to add wool to the armature through needle felting to create muscles and overall form, learning the characteristics of wool and other animal fibers for making the outer coat of several breeds of sheep.

Instructor Bio:

Laura Frazier's first effort at making art as a child was drawingand sculpting animals. Later, she studied clay sculpting in Tennessee, California, and Winston-Salem, NC. She excelled at clay but after seeing a needle felting demonstration and imagining what she could create by using wool, Laura clearly saw her path. She has focused on sculpting with wool since 2008. Her wool sculptures and process have been covered numerous times in local and regional newspapers and magazines and in 2017 one of her horse sculptures won an international award. Her woold sculptures, clay sculptures and mixed media art have been exhibited from the East to West Coasts. she is an Exhibiting Member of Piedmont Craftsmen, Inc.


1 foam pad

1 oz of homegrown core wool and other colored wools/fibers for coat

wooden needle holder

6 needles

band aids (wink)


Photos of 4 legged animal of choice from all angles

Photos of that animal's skeleton/anatomy (use Google images)

Small, sharp, pointed craft scissors

Small needle nosed pliers

Leather or rubber thimbles that fit thumb and first finger of non-dominant hand.

Application Fee

  • Member Tuition

    Tuition rate for members of Floyd Center for the Arts.

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  • Non Member Tuition

    Tuition Rate for non members; membership option below if you want to join and support the arts in SWVA!

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  • Membership + Tuition

    The rate for tuition for this course and a one year individual membership. Family and business memberships also available; call Floyd Center for the Arts at 540-745-2784 if you'd like another membership option or for more information.

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