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A Colorful Rooster

I know a rooster seems like an odd choice for a felt picture.  But I had seen a picture of this Dutch Bantam Rooster and I was intrigued.  The colors are vibrant and cheerful. It took me a while to … Continue reading

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Lots of Felting on the Go

I’ve been very busy since my last post but I do not have a lot done. I did teach a hat making class and I will have more about that in another post I started a new bubble hat…..not finished … Continue reading

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Keeping Summer Alive

This past spring, I had a real surprise when I noticed a little garden of violas growing in the cracks of our patio.           They flourished throughout the summer, but when the colder weather started to … Continue reading

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Batts, a Rainbow and a Scarf

Firstly, I’d just like to say thanks to everyone who took the time to comment and offer their suggestions on my last post, they were all really appreciated and have given me lots of ideas for the future.  After a … Continue reading

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Guild Exhibition and Sale

Last weekend was the Ottawa Valley Weaver’s and Spinners Guild annual exhibition and sale. it was a good weekend all round. There were demos of both weaving and spinning. There were other felters there, primarily needle felters. These are Nancy’s … Continue reading

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Bubble Hat

Last time I showed you a bubble hat I was making http://wp.me/p1WEqk-2za after it was felted it looked like this and the inside like this Next I added the bubbles using felt balls for the ones that stay in and marbles … Continue reading

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A Bit of Midwest Fall and Land Art

With our Halloween holiday coming up this week, I decided to make a couple of pumpkins using the pod method.  I used merino and Icelandic fibers.  Fortunately, while working the pods I left the vertical creases to simulate a pumpkin … Continue reading

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