This event is now POSTPONED due to COVID-19 cautions.        Sue Duncan, who raises rabbits and goats and spins her own yarn, leads this workshop. For those unfamiliar with it, needle felting is begun by rolling up a small amount of wool and stabbing it with a felting needle. This pulls the wool into itself.  By stabbing the wool with the needle over and over while turning it, the wool continues to pull into itself and its tiny scales lock it together.  Continued stabbing and turning results in a firm round shape.  Once there is a basic shape to start with, wool is added where it is needed to form a sculpture.

The April 4 workshop runs 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Eastern at Rugby’s Community Building. Cost is $35, including needed supplies. Call 423-628-2441 to reserve. Or for fast & easy, do it online here (just scroll to the bottom):