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Needle Felting

  • Class Type: Arts and Crafts
  • Location: Kearney
  • Start Date: October 19, 2020
  • Time: 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Wool felting is a very simple handicraft that does not require many tools. Wool fibers are tangled and compacted by repeatedly jabbing the needle into the fibers, forming three-dimensional felt sculptures bound only by one’s imagination. Not only will you learn how to felt but you will also learn how to choose the right wool and supplies, what kind of surface to use and where to get supplies. The class will meet Mondays, Oct. 19 through Nov. 2. CODE: 20/NC AVOR 6100 CKE11 & CKE12

You can bring a friend for free to this class. Friends must be registered and will be responsible for any supplies needed in the class. Just call our office at 308-338-4008 or email delilahgillming@cccneb.edu to sign them up.

Class Details

  • Instructor: Sheila Bond
  • Cost: : $29, plus a $15 supply fee payable to the instructor the night of class
  • Address:
    1215 30th Ave.
  • Location: CCC-Kearney, Room 236

Contact

For more information, contact Lauren Ramirez-Wenburg at 308-338-4000 or laurenramirezwenburg@cccneb.edu. She also will take your registration if you prefer not to register online.

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