Needle felting is the process of working mostly unprocessed fibers (also called "roving") into a sculpted 3-dimensional object. The process is achieved by poking special needles into the roving until the fibers join together and become solid. It can be a rather meditative process to poke, poke, poke at something. Wet felting is another way to join loose fibers together to create "felt" using hot soapy water and a decent amount of elbow grease. We'll be using primarily lamb’s wool with an occasional llama thrown in to spice things up. Let's face it, this is not sky diving! Join the workshop on Sat, Apr 21, 2012 and you'll come away with a number of finished items, plus a starter kit of roving and needles to take home to continue your new hobby. Lunch will be served.