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Tag Archives: silk
Lately, I’ve tried to step out of my comfort zone with color and fiber and try some new things. While this first example doesn’t look like it’s outside of my usual color palette, I did use some silk for nuno … Continue reading
I can’t remember the last time I got a chance to do some felting, but I got chance again the Sunday before last, and I’d had the pieces laid out for at least a week and half. Two of the … Continue reading
Our guest artist today is Jill Chadek with Merino and Mulberry in Two Rivers, Wisconsin. She is also our banner sponsor for May on the Felt and Fiber Studio Forum. To touch something soft and silky awakens our earliest emotions! … Continue reading
I wanted to try making a gift bag for wine in felt. I first made a resist using the wine bottle as a model. But I wasn’t sure about shaping the bottom. The base layer was black corriedale. Then I … Continue reading
Our guest artist today is Cathy Wycliff aka Luvswool. After several months of taking a hiatus from felting–due to a work project and family health issues–I was starving to get back into it. Fortunately, Marilyn suggested a lesson in carding … Continue reading
Over the summer I collected a number of items at garage sales and thrift stores to try new projects in felt. One of the things I was intrigued with was a paper fan. I removed the paper very gently and … Continue reading