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Tag Archives: wool
Today our guest artist/writer is Carole Gascoigne aka Craftywoman. She also maintains a Facebook page just for fun — Bagsalicious. Here is Carole’s contribution for the Third Quarter Challenge. I have to say this is a first all round – … Continue reading
I tried more samples of the fibers Cathy and I had ordered from World of Wool back in February. I chose six of the fibers to try. Three dark, three light. I used two layers in each of them. Its … Continue reading
Cathy Wycliff (Luvswool) shares her experience of her recent artist residency in Breckenridge, Colorado. Just about one year ago, I started thinking about artist residencies and how much I would like to be granted one. I had lots of ideas … Continue reading
This week I made more cup cozies. I made 2 sets of flat ones that will have buttons. I started out with a rectangle. I decorated them in a random way. I then cut them into 4 at the prefelt … Continue reading
In keeping with our color theme for the year, this third quarter challenge is related to dyeing and blending from a picture using a color generator, then use the colors in a project. We’ve had a very wet, cool spring … Continue reading
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