Saturday, August 18, 2012


Happy to announce two new workshops that I'll be teaching:

FELTED ORBS at the Danforth Museum School in Framingham and SCULPTURAL FIBER at the Society for Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh.

I'll also be giving a presentation at the Fiber Arts Guild in Pittsburgh entitled 'Intersecting Art, Science, Material and Process' - May 17, 2013.

Please check out info below and spread the word!

December 5, 12  2012
Danforth Museum School

Build your own organic growth! Learn the technique of needlefelting with wool and a barbed needle. Create a three dimensional structure while exploring the unique qualities of this material. First week will cover basic technique. The second week will be about individual work and more advanced applications. There will be some homework in the week between classes.

May 18, 19   2013
Society for Contemporary Craft

Explore material and process in the creation of 3D constructions. During this workshop we will use commonplace materials with some age-old ingenious, handwork techniques such as knitting, weaving, felting, and crochet in the fabrication of surfaces and structures. Through class demonstrations and individual exercises, students will gain insight into the potentials of these low-tech and accessible methods and materials, as well as an understanding of some of the elements involved in creating three-dimensional works. Students will explore the innovative use of materials ranging from wire to wool from both manufactured and natural environments. Examples by other artists will be provided.


  1. Congratulations Jodie, you are inspiring! Your workshops sound interesting, I'm checking dates to see if i can do one of them.

  2. Thanks Brenda... it would be fun if you could join us!