These are the last of my recent nuno felt pieces (I think!). I’ve shown small strips of these fabrics before on smaller pieces. I showed the unusual scarf I used on this first one, a couple of months ago. I liked how the ample strips looked and the larger piece turned out really nice too:
I’ve no idea what the loose yellowy golden fibres are trapped between the layers, they do look a lot like soy top, here’s a closer look at the texture:
I used a piece of linen scarf on this next piece. I was surprised to see it say linen on the label, I thought it was viscose by the look of it. I showed a sample piece of this earlier this year too.
Here’s a close up:
And a super close up:
We’ve started playing with resists at the well-being centre recently. The first week, we used strips to make flaps/channels. This was the piece I made, it’s Merino with natural viscose fibre and dyed viscose fibre embellishments:
We played around with the pieces afterwards, shaping them to visualise other ways of using resists. This is mine in a tube/cylider shape:
We used a flat resist to make flat cases/pouches last week and next week we’re going to use flat reists for 3D felt.