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Mongolian Felting Workshop

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Photos from a previous Mongolian Felting Workshop at the Strawbale Studio in 2009 with Kylie Baker.


                   Mongolian style Felting Workshop

             with Kylie Baker, fiber artist from Chicago. 


                          Saturday, May 22, 2010   9am - 5pm

                              Location: Three Roods Farm   

                                  4281 Our Acres Drive, Columbiaville, MI 48421


Learn how to make felt with a bicycle! (you can adapt this to your motorcycle, car, or camel.) We are going to show you how to prepare wool to be felted in large lengths which can serve numerous purposes, such as rug, blanket or mat. This type of felting is a rolling method used by the nomadic tribes of Mongolia to create covers for their yurts.  Participants will take home a felted sample.  Pre-registration required.  Bring a bag lunch. 


Fee:    Pre-registration required.  Bring a bag lunch. 

$50 at the door

$40 prepaid a week in advance. 


Contact Person.   Robin Mallor 810 793 2511.   rmallor@gmail.com      www.threeroodsfarm.com

Register now.  Limited Class size. 


Instructor: Kylie Baker is a fiber artist who lives in Chicago where she dyes yarn for a small hand-dyed yarn business. She has taught numerous courses on knitting and felting. She received her undergraduate degree in textile design at Philadelphia University and her Masters in fiber and material studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is currently obsessed with building yurts, and is on her way to Mongolia to continue her studies.


Further Large Felt Resources


(You may also be interested in the Earth Oven Workshop, the next day, May 23 at the Strawbale Studio)

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