Art League to host workshop on needle felting
Published 6:48 pm Friday, May 6, 2022
The Suffolk Art League is teaming up with 757 Creative Reuse Center for a needle felting workshop.
The workshop, scheduled for Thursday, June 2, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., will be led by Amy LeBlanc from the 757 Creative Reuse Center.
Needle felting is a fiber craft that uses dyed wool and a specialized needle to create miniature sculptures and other objects. The class is open to crafters ages 10 and older and is priced on a sliding scale to maintain accessibility.
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The class is inspired by and aligned with the current exhibition at the gallery, “Threaded: An Invitational Exhibit Showcasing Fiber and Textile Art,” co-curated by the Suffolk Art League and the Suffolk Art Gallery. The exhibit runs through June 3. The show features works by several local fiber-based artists, including Asa Jackson, Katherine Wassink and Maizelle Brown, as well as works that display needle felting techniques.
The 757 Creative Reuse Center is a nonprofit dedicated to reducing waste and improving access to affordable arts and craft supplies in Hampton Roads.