Felting Around the Web

Felt Alongs Lamp/Vessel

Deborah’s March Doorstops

“Ordinary” Face by Mattie van den Heuvel

Felted Hand Puppets by Frauke Walder

Felted cords/ropes

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Flextile’s Shibori Dragonfly

Deborah Schlegel’s Post of Kelsey V. Wiskirchen’s Thread Sketching Exhibit

Kay Susan’s Slow Cloth with TAST stitches and a second post about it

Louise Saxton’s Reclaimed Needlework

Paper Sculpture by Anna-wili Highfield

Fabric and button flower brooch tutorial

How to make an owl from felt pieces

Whitney Matalone’s Time Lapsed Video of the IKAT weaving process

About ruthlane

When I discovered felting in 2007, I finally found the creative outlet for which I had been searching. I love that the versatility of fiber allows me to “play” with a wide variety of materials including wool, silk, fabrics, yarns and threads. Creating one of a kind fiber art pieces to share with the world fulfills my creative passion.
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5 Responses to Felting Around the Web

  1. Lyn says:

    Fascinating collection Ruth.

    I loved the paper sculptures and Deborah’s doorstops, and I felt exhausted at the end of watching the IKAT weaving – such a lot of work involved in that!

    I was very interested in the video of the making of cords – I hadn’t seen that method before and it looks much easier than the way I learnt.

    • ruthlane says:

      Thanks Lyn! The IKAT weaving is very labor intensive. Zed found the making cords video. Glad you learner something new.

  2. zedster66 says:

    I loved Deborah’s doorstops too. I think my eyes would give in doing that IKAT! I love the handed on exhibition and the TAST slow cloth. Thanks 🙂

  3. ruthlane says:

    You’re welcome.

  4. terriea says:

    Thank you for the links. They’re awesome and helpful. I particularly love the skill of relting rope. You’re so kind to share. BIG THANKS.

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