A Needle Felting Workshop: Woolen Critters
Make your favorite animal using the craft of needle felting! Instructor Sonia Spotts will teach you how to transform raw wool into a lifelike or whimsical miniature animal using needle felting tools. This simple and fun technique will be taught in two sessions: January 26 and February 2 (1-4 pm. both days).
Watkins Woolen Mill State Historic Site
January 26 and February 2
1:00pm 4:00pm both days
This workshop was created for adults and would be appropriate for children ten years or older. Watkins Mill Association will provide all the materials and a selection of patterns for making one needle felted animal. Or, bring a photo of your favorite furry friend and learn how to make a pattern from it!
Instructor Sonia Spotts is a painter and illustrator who finds nature to be an endless source of inspiration for all of her work. She has been teaching and producing art in Kansas City for over 25 years. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Kansas City Art Institute and worked for 15 years in Hallmark's photography studio as a photo stylist and art director. She recently launched a business called Creative Camp, which allows her to put her varied artistic talents to use.
Because of the park's location, GPS devises and online maps programs often have trouble locating it. Please use driving directions on our website: http://www.watkinsmill.org/visit
Watkins Woolen Mill State Historic Site Visitors Center
Main Entrance to the park is near NE 161st and County Road RA
Kearney, MO 64060
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|