Giveaway Winner and some Texture photos

Giveaway Winner and some Texture photos

The winner of the notebook giveaway is….. Mattie! πŸ™‚Β 

Thanks to everyone who joined in and left nice comments.

Textures

I’ve been working on a project about using ‘other’ fibres in felting and noticed that ‘texture’ has been a common theme lately. I thought I’d post some photos showing different textures from wet felted pieces I’ve made. This first piece is green organza which was used as a base:

This is the top, strips of organza over blocks of coloured Merino:

This is another organza base, a slightly stiffer gold:

This is a piece of cerise organza:

This is a close up of silk in textured nuno felting:

This is a blue-green piece of textured felt, made with lots of layers and inclusions and felted mostly in the washing machine:
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And lastly, this is a piece of texture felt using reds, pinks, oranges and yellow shades:
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Do you have any photos ofΒ textural felt? How do you like to create it? Do you like to add to your felt to create texture with stitch or other fabrics and fibres? I’d love to see photos of your work πŸ™‚

20 thoughts on “Giveaway Winner and some Texture photos

  1. I’d love to see more photos of texture too! πŸ™‚ These are all beautiful Zed. I can’t decide which one I like best.

    1. Thanks, Lyn, I had so many favourites it was hard to reduce them to these few πŸ™‚

  2. Waaaahhhh! cool! I am SO lucky. Winner again :))) Thanks so much!
    I have to bring my son to school now, but I’ll try to mail you my address later today.
    Have a nice day everyone!

    1. Thanks, Judith πŸ™‚
      I just saw your bubble felt on flickr, that’s a great texture piece!

  3. I like the three last ones best:-) but they are all beautiful, thanks for sharing! I will share my silk felt once I get the silk (it’s in the post) and de-gum it as per your instructions! Thanks again!

    1. Thanks, Natalia πŸ™‚ I’ll look forward to seeing what you do with the silk, have fun de-gumming it πŸ™‚

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