Felting Around the Web
Here’s some more fun fiber links:
The Therapeutic Powers of Felting
Liz Butcher’s Felted Fields with Geese
Pam DeGroot’s Artist in Residence Work
Renata Felt White Poppy Coasters
Jane’s mixed media work in progress
Kayla coo’s “Seas of Grass” Exhibition
India Flint’s Eco Printed Silk Broadcloth
6 thoughts on “Felting Around the Web”
Thank you for posting my link and I enjoyed soaking up the talents of the others.
You’re welcome – if you know of any other good links, please let us know. We love to see what everyone else is doing as well, so inspiring.
I was really excited to discover that you have shared a link to my felting blog. Thanks very much I have already had some very enthusiastic responses to some of my photos and tales of felting with people of all ages and abilities.
You’re welcome, Kirsty 🙂
It was really interesting and you have lots of great things on your blog. I really liked the projects you’ve done with children.
Christmas is a time when you get a bit of a chance to catch up with blog posts and photos. If you like my children’s felting projects you might like to read about my recent Felted Slippers / Socks with a Roman theme. There are lots of action shots of very excited young felters! http://allsensesart.blogspot.com/2011/12/spectacular-felted-slippers-socks-with.html
I enjoyed that! Kids are great aren’t they? 🙂
You should join our forum: http://feltandfiberstudio.proboards.com/
to spread the word about your projects more. There are quite a few members who do felting with kids, one is Shelley (from the UK) who has bravely worked with about 100 at a time!