Learn more about needle felting with fibre artist Pam Dobbs on May 28 at the Campbell River Art Gallery.

Felting workshop coming to art gallery

Beginners interested in the art of needle felting will want to mark this Saturday for a workshop with talented fibre artist Pam Dobbs

Beginners interested in the art of needle felting will want to mark this Saturday, May 28 on their calendars for a workshop with talented fibre artist Pam Dobbs.

The Needle Felting workshop will take place from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in the Gallery studio.

The workshop cost is $40, plus $10 for supplies.

Participants will learn the basics of needle felting, using a needle and wool roving.

Students will create a set of coasters using felt as canvas and coloured wools as ‘paint.’

This one day tutorial is perfect for the beginner or those looking for a refresher on this fun technique.

For more information, contact the Campbell River Art Gallery at 250-287-2261 or email: contact@crargallery.ca

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