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About the Designer
Since childhood, Beth has been a maker and creator. In 2011 she was exposed to a simple felting technique and dove headlong into this ancient and ever evolving textile art form. She crafts one-of-a-kind pieces utilizing wet and “nuno” felting processes. Wool, yarn, silk and other fibers are transformed into functional and wearable art. Scarves, hats, slippers, vests, purses and decorative vessels are just a handful of items that she produces. She enjoys experimenting with hand dyeing and hunting thrift stores for garments to be repurposed. Locally sourced materials are utilized whenever possible. She offers classes and workshops at her home studio as well as community maker spaces.
Welcome to Fibergarten Studio, home of Beth Leydon, designer and felter. Here, through the magic of soapy water and manual agitation, one of a kind wearable art and accesories are created.
A fiber design studio and felting school
Learn how it's done.
Classes: Nuno and Wet Felting
If you would like to be included in my mailing list, schedule a class or get information on sales venues, please shoot me an email and I'll be happy to respond.
- Nuno Felting, minimum of two students. $100 per person, all materials included.
- Wet Felting Party, three to six students. $65-80, depending on the size of the piece. Pick a project that sounds fun; journal covers, hats, slippers, purses, etc.
Now two venues to shop for hand felted art!
I live, work and teach in Nevada County, CA so I'm thrilled to be a part of Art Works Gallery in Grass Valley. Over 30 local artists are represented in this artist owned co-op. Our region is one of California's Cultural Districts celebrating art in all its forms!
Visiting San Francisco? Where the winters are chilly and the summers are colder? Well you can find a selection of my felted wraps and accessories at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco within their beautiful Cha May Ching boutique.