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Tag Archives: wet felting
I don’t know if its spring or summer or something in the creative cosmic atmosphere, but it seems fish have become a theme for art lately. Cathy (Luvswool) and I got together before she went to her Colorado residency and … Continue reading
Recently, my husband and I spent ten days in Florida with our youngest son and his family. When we first arrived, I told our five year old grandson that I brought some wool to play with. It was a busy … Continue reading
Before I discovered wet felting, I used to do a lot of painting. This is one of my favourite acrylics from 2007: I decided to try and do a wet felted version of it. I did a couple of layers … Continue reading
I recently got some Pencil Roving when I did a World of Wool order. I liked the look of it, but couldn’t decide on which colour, so I decided to get a 500g bag of Pencil Roving waste. I expected … Continue reading
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
This last little while I have been making some project bags. I made a flat rectangular style using prefelt. I wrapped some prefelt around the resist. You can see I split the edges of the prefelt and cut one layer … Continue reading