Judith Colvin Workshops

Felt Pillow Class
Friday, June 12, All Day
$95

Students in this marvelous workshop will be making a decorative felt pillow sham to fit a 12″ square pillow form. Let your creativity flow to make your own beautiful pillows to decorate your home. Judith will explain calculations necessary to make pillows of any size. This is good introductory felting class and the results will delight you. Price includes all necessary fibers and supplies and the 12″ square pillow form.

Please Bring: 4 or 5 old towels, marked so that you recognize them, plus a good pair of scissors.

Large Felt Bag
Saturday & Sunday, June 13-14, All Day
$180 for both days

Join the wonderful teacher and well known felter, Judith Colvin to make a large felt bag. These bags are light weight, durable and beautiful. Choose from a large shoulder strap bag or a tote type bag. When finished the bags will have inside pockets and a small outer pocket is also possible (say for a cell phone). She will be teaching a good variety of surface design techniques to embellish the outside of the bag. All necessary fibers and supplies will be included in the workshop fee.

Please Bring: 4 or 5 old towels, marked so that you recognize them, plus a good pair of scissors.

Judith Colvin has been a part of The Big Sky Fiber Arts Festival since it began in 1989. The first 2 festivals were held on the ranch she and husband David owned in the Bitterroot Valley. Judith continues to teach (and to take!) wonderful, innovative felting workshops around the world. Very respected in the animal, fiber and felting circles, Judith gives you a wonderful experience in any workshop she teaches. (judithcolvindesigns.com)

Classes that Judith Colvin has taken in the past 2 years include:

  • January 2013: 4-day master felting and dyeing class taught by Vilte Kazlauskaite from Lithuania and Irit Dulman of Israel, in Pacific Grove, CA.
  • January 2014: 5-day master felting and dyeing class taught by Irit Dulman in Pacific Grove, CA.
  • August 2014: 5-day seamless garment class taught by Jean Gauger on Whidby Island, WA.