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TWO SCARVES IN A DAY with Maggy Pavlou

March 9, 2019
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Students, who are not already familiar with this technique, will learn how to use a needle felting machine to create two artisan scarves in one day using silk, wool and various other materials. The emphasis will be on creativity and individual expression. Students will create their own designs with visual suggestions and samples but not follow preset model ideas. The workshop aims to inspire, to think outside the box and to gain confidence in your own creative ability.

Materials Students should bring: 2 yards of silk, 45” width, color of choice, pre-felt scraps or 1/2 pad of pre-felt available through Outback Fibers, or New England Felting Supply. Pins, ruler, tailors and chalk.

Maggy Pavlou is a small studio designer of women’s outerwear for 10 years. She is a well-kown fiber artist who creates contemporary cloth for women’s outerwear and sells her clothing in galleries throughout the US. Her modern artisan cloth, is most suitable for garments. She produces her fabrics using a needle felting machine and washing machine. Her clothing is sold in galleries and small women’s stores and can be seen locally at Artemisa in Taos and the Santa Fe Weaving Gallery.  Maggy’s website is maggypavlou.wordpress.com

This class requires a minimum of 2 students for the class to run. See our Class Payment and Refund Policy.

Non-Member: $115 (Member $95)

Material Fee: $5
Material fee is paid at first class meeting.