Author Archives: zedster66

Different Types of Wool, From a Swedish Felter´s Perspective

Guest Post from Zara Tuulikki Rooke As a felter and sheep-owner, I am intrigued by the variety of wool from different sheep breeds. As I live in Sweden, I have mostly felted wool from Swedish breeds, which are divided into … Continue reading

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Wet Felting for Beginners Online Course and Giveaway

As Ruth mentioned last week, we’ve changed the format of our Wet Felting for Beginners online course. We had lots of enquiries about it between courses, and even with the extra weeks of support some people found it difficult to … Continue reading

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Notebook Covers

Sorry for the short blog post, I’m not very well, so it’s mostly photos. I tried so many times to get photos of the felt I made for these, but it was either too dark and they didn’t come out, … Continue reading

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Felting and Stitching

Apart from a couple of pieces for notebooks, and the little flowers, I haven’t made much felt lately. I did stitch some felt notebook covers but it’s been so foggy and dark only one of the photos came out :(Continue reading

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Flowers, Fimo and Felt

After the nuno flower workshop at the well-being centre last week, I thought I’d make a few flowers of my own as they don’t require too much effort. They’re mostly layers of cotton gauze or scrim, wisps of merino, another … Continue reading

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Art Therapy Update

We had a go at making nuno felted flowers yesterday at the well-being centre. I made a few samples to take in for ideas. Of course, I forgot to take photos, but I found one of them hiding in the … Continue reading

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Natural Wools

I think I might’ve mentioned a few times how much I love natural wool, animal fibres and embellishment fibres :) I made a couple of natural felt pieces recently. This first one uses lots of different breeds of wool inlcuding … Continue reading

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