Make Your Own Nuno Felted Scarf! with Annamarie Behring October 6th


In this beginner-friendly workshop by felting artist Annamarie Behring, you will create a one-of-a-kind scarf.   


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Sunday, October 6th • 1:00-4:00 p.m. 

This workshop is so popular that we decided to offer it a second time! If you didn’t get a chance to sign up for Annamarie’s September 29th workshop, we hope you will join us when she repeats the workshop on October 6th.  

What is nuno felting?  Nuno felting is a process of combining wool and a piece of fabric to create a scarf.  In this class, we will start with a rose or white silk scarf base (your choice). We will create our own designs by laying down merino wool, pre-felt (to cut shapes for the roses; a variety of colors will be available), tussah silk, and sari silk on top of the scarf base. Then we will add soap and water, felting the scarf using our hands and a variety of tools to adhere the wool and silk to the fabric base. The result is a custom made, soft and luxurious scarf that would be great for a gift for someone, or for you.


You will go home with one handmade scarf as well as printed instructions (with color photos) for creating one on your own.  Join us for this fun and creative workshop!


Any questions, please feel free to contact me, Annamarie Behring, at


$25 materials fee due to the instructor at beginning of class for scarf, wool, and silk (cash or check)

Small or medium-sized scissors (to cut rose shapes from the pre-felt)

Plastic bucket, ~½ gallon

3 large or 4 medium old bath towels (enough to cover a 6 ft. table)

Medium sized plastic grocery bag or large ziploc bag to bring home scarf

Instructor Bio

Annamarie is an artist with a passion for felting, weaving, and painting.  Her themes are centered on the love of nature and animals.  She likes the tactile and malleable nature of wool, and happily creates felted paintings, soaps, coasters, animals, flowers, and more.  Making woven wall hangings has been a delightful pursuit as well. 


She lives in East Falmouth with her husband, Jason, with whom they run an Etsy business, “Bear, Moose and Bunny”.   She has a degree in Art Education from UMass Dartmouth.


Her greatest joy of all is sharing the creative process with others!