Felted Jewelry

Course Description

About this course

Handmade felt is created by taking cleaned and carded wool fleece and manipulating the fibers to link together, either by dry-felting with a barbed needle or wet-felting with hot water and soap. Wet felted items are then "fulled", which shrinks and hardens the felt. This one day workshop will show students how to create easy, colorful and funky wet-felted beads, flowers, and lariats, from start to finish. Come to understand how fibers of wool roving are needle-felted, then fulled with hot water and rolling. Students should be able to complete a number of beads, as well as a flower and lariat during the class.


Meet the Instructor

Michela Verani

Michela is an artist who works primarily in metal clay and felt. Her metal clay, felt and beaded work have won numerous awards. Since beginning in metal clay, she has achieved Art Clay 1/Senior certification, Rio Rewards Certification, and Metal Clay Master's Registry III. She has authored articles for Fired Arts & Crafts, Art Jewelry, Bead Trends, Metal Clay Today, Metal Clay Artist, The Art Clay Society Quarterly and Bead Unique. Her work has been featured in a number of the PMC Guild Annuals and other books on jewelry.

Materials & Tools 

There is a $12 materials fee for this workshop that is payable to the instructor in class. It includes a complete felting kit ( 3 oz of wool, 2 felting needles and foam) so you can continue the process at home.

Students should bring 
  • Beads, if you want to use your own.
  • Please wear clothes you don’t mind getting wet!



Materials Cost

Payable to instructor in class.


Michela Verani


September 11, 2018


10:00 AM -5:00 PM


1 day

All Levels
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