Presented by Beth Collier 

$60 members; $75 not-yet-members (all supplies, gallery admission, and parking validation included) 
Ages 18+ only. Space is limited. All skill levels are welcome.  

Join Beth Collier for this workshop inspired by the exhibition Beatrix Potter: Drawn to Nature. Participants will be introduced to the basics of needle felting, a technique that transforms wool or other natural fibers into three-dimensional objects. Participants will create a mushroom inspired by Potter’s passion for mycology and will learn how to use contouring and color to transform their shapes into storybook mushroom houses. 

About Beth Collier

Beth Collier has been spinning and felting for almost twenty years. She and her husband Steve own Three Creeks Farm, a small family farm in Charlotte, Tennessee, where they raise sheep, goats, and a variety of other animals. They also sell their fleeces and roving- and spinning-related products. Beth does a variety of fiber arts, including dyeing, felting, spinning, and weaving. She has taught at fiber arts festivals across the United States. 

Beth Collier

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