Jorie Johnson from Japan is always searching for more subtle yet complex design capabilities with the voice of wool and the character of the auxiliary materials chosen to incorporate with it.
This 4 days class will review various uses of each phase of processed wool, from staples and roving to yarn and prefelt for concise and easy application of design elements. In other words, what kind of marks can we make with each material. We will also enjoy degumming and dyeing silk auxiliary fabrics to supplement the felt expression we choose to make. Plus we experience the use of shades of Sumi ink and the depth of Persimmon Tannin Juice. Basic felting experience and dye knowledge are required.
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