Time: 10am to 2pm each day
Requirements: No experience necessary, but participants must be able to safely handle scissors and other tools. All materials provided. Please bring a snack, lunch, and water.
About the Instructor: Natalia Robinson has been working with kids for over 20 years in the realms of childcare and education. She assistant taught at the Sunfield Waldorf Farm and School for 3 years, ran her own aftercare program, summer camps, and has been an instructor in fiber arts since 1999. Obsessed with all things naturally made by hand, she lived in New Zealand and Guatemala studying felting, weaving, natural dyeing, spinning, and sewing. A graduate of the Evergreen State College, she created her own major in fiber arts and early childhood education. She owns the local business Feral Felt, located in the Pickford Art Studios, where she instructs adults as well as children in the arts of the wild world of wool. Teaching is her greatest passion and joy. Natalia was born in Washington state and loves the rain, hiking, and her very fluffy cat, Kali. Every day is a good day to make art and play! Learn more at feralfelt.com