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Felted Fairy Tale Mushrooms NEW! Class Oct 24

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Felted Fairy Tale Mushrooms Online Class
Sunday, Oct 24, 1-3:30pm MDT
Annie Reiser
Limit: 16 students. Includes class kit + shipping
To receive your class kit in time for class, register by Oct 3 if outside Colorado or Oct 10 if in Colorado.

During the holidays local artist Annie Reiser creates colorful displays throughout her house with all shapes and sizes of these magical red mushrooms spotted with white. Ubiquitous in children’s fairy tales and associated with gnomes and other imaginary creatures, the mushrooms are called Amanita muscaria and do in fact exist. They’re one of the oldest hallucinogens known to humans, hence their association with magic, and are used in cultures around the world. Annie’s fanciful mushrooms are needle felted from sheep’s wool roving in red and white but can easily be varied in size and color if you want to make more.

Your finished mushrooms can be added to arrangements of pinecones and greens for a spot of color, piled into a rustic basket, gifted as party favors, or made into ornaments with a loop of gold thread. For a particularly striking display, “plant” them in a bed of moss on a wooden base and cover them with a glass cloche. They may not be magical, but they certainly are charming!

This online class will be recorded and made available to class participants for 10 days after the class.

Class Materials

Please bring the following materials:
  • Pen and paper or notebook for taking notes
  • Regular sewing needle
  • Scissors

Class Kit Includes:

  • Wool roving in red and white - enough to make both a large and a small mushroom 
  • Felting needles
  • Wood holder for the needle
  • Small felting foam pad
  • Styrofoam per student: 2 small balls, 1/2 large ball for cap for large mushroom, and 1 cone
  • Gold thread for hanging the ornaments
  • Handout on "How to Needle Felt" and list of resources for buying wooden bases, glass domes, moss, and fairy lights.

We ship class kits approximately 3 weeks before the class via USPS Priority Mail. You will receive a tracking number once your kit ships. Kits can only be shipped within the USA. If you’re outside the USA and would like to take the class, please contact us for information.

Zoom Info

Be sure to look for an email with class details sent out the Monday before the class. The email includes a Zoom link to login, the class agenda, a materials list, and information on any pre-class prep. You’ll also receive a reminder email the day before the class. If you don’t see the class email from us check your spam folder. No email? Double check the email address you entered when you registered. It's on your order confirmation. If there's still an issue, contact

Class Refund/Cancellation Policy

For cancellation made 3 weeks before class we can either issue a refund or apply the funds to another class. We deduct the price of the class kit plus shipping if we’ve already shipped the kit, and we retain a $10 processing fee for EACH class cancelled. If you cancel fewer than 3 weeks before the class there is no refund or credit. If Two Hands Paperie cancels a class, we’ll contact you by email and refund the FULL class fee.

Instructor Bio

Annie Reiser has returned to what feeds her soul - art. Years ago she earned degrees in both German and art. Family and career took her down other pathways, but art has always been a lifetime companion. A potter, spinner, knitter, weaver, and painter, Annie now devotes more of her creative time to illustrating nature. She's a graduate of the Denver Botanic Gardens School of Botanical Art and Illustration, where she teaches part-time. She's also an active member of the Rocky Mountain Society of Botanical Artists and the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators. Annie is a certified Zentangle teacher (CZT) and "zentangles" daily. Her artwork has been displayed in juried shows and published in books. See more at